Monolithic Glass

The monolithic glass does not have any treatment. It is the common glass. It is called "annealed" or "float", terms that refer to its manufacturing process.

Float glass or monolithic glass consists of a sheet of glass manufactured by floating the molten glass on a layer of molten tin. This method gives the glass a uniform thickness and a very flat surface. It is also called flat glass.

Completely transparent glass, 2 mm thick, with unpolished edges, ideal for use in photo frames.

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If you buy before: 21/10
you will receive it before: 26/10
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Important

When you take the measurements, use a quality meter; If not, there may be differences between the measurements you take and the ones we send you. Glass is a very fragile material so it cannot be very tight to rigid frames.

To prevent it from breaking due to expansion, the glass should always measure 4 mm less than the place where it should be installed, both in width and height. The space that remains free must be filled with silicone.

Select the most suitable length and width for your needs. If you need measurements larger than the accepted maximums, contact us.

Select the most suitable length and width for your needs. If you need measurements larger than the accepted maximums, contact us.