The Falcon Glass is a premium glass developed by AGC. Thanks to its special composition, the Falcon Glass is stronger than regular glass (up to 5x more resistant than Sodalime glass). It is especially the material of choice for thin coverglass in touchenabled applications for example. Last but not least, its optical performances ( neutral color and high light and energy transmission ) makes it the perfect solution for design and energy application.
Sodalime is the most prevalent type of glass across the industry.
It has high light transmission, and its qualities can be improved thank to our several surface treatments available. On the contrary of the Falcon glass, sodalime glass has a light blue tint, especially visible on the edges.
Glass cutting is a complex process requiring innovative technologies. Our lasercut technique allows many possibilities in terms of shape whether straight or rounded. Moreover, this step does not alter the resistance of the glass and provides highquality straight edges finish.
Antireflective is an optical coating that reduces reflection and increases light transmission. As a result, it provides better transparency and view through glass. It is typically recommended when there is a great difference in brightness on one or both sides of the glass (such as displays, windows, facades...)
If you add our antireflective to our antiglare treatment, you will improve the optical performance towards zero reflection (except sodalime).
Antifinger print is a treatment based on the combination of oleophobic and hydrophobic materials. It means that it is repellent to water and grease/ Its special feature allows the glass to be easily cleaned without changing the appearance of its surface while giving a uniform aspect. This also provides better optical properties and a real softness in touch feeling.
Chemical strengthening, via ion exchange, is commonly used to reinforce ultrathin glass for hightech applications. This process tremendously improves the mechanical strength and the scratch resistance of the glass and then offers new possibilities for applications such as curved displays e.d for automotive, interior building, or other device applications.
Glare is the negative sensation produced by too much reflection in the visual field. As a result, glare causes reduced visibility (less contrast e.g.).
This treatment is designed to reduce the negative effects of the incident light, by diffusing the reflections. This gives antiglare performances while offering optimum contrast and faithful color rendering with a controlled amount of halo.
This treatment improves the touch feeling of the glass (paperlike or cottonlike depending on the treatment).
Printing on glass is a technique offering endless decorative possibilities for many fields of applications, including home interior, automotive, electronic devices, etc...
We pay close attention to colors and make sure they meet your expectations in hue and opacity. Many colors are available, and different level of opacity can be obtained.
We can recreate materials like wood, marble...
The printing resists to the bonding techniques that are typical in the manufacturing industry, such as optical bonding.
In the automotive industry, dashboard, and interactive screens are fairly important as they play a big part in the overall design of the car. We provide extrathin glass with cold bending capacities (as pictured), fitting the curve of your design. In other types of transportation, our service can play a valuable part as well (planes, trucks, boats...).
Our printing capabilities are able to mimic any desired other material. You can make glass into wood, concrete, marble... And print any sort of pattern and colors.
Our dedicated design team is here to help and even create your desired design for you.
The company Reiling and the Austrian company Schlüsselbauer merged their German activities in the field of foam glass. Together, they produce and distribute foam glass gravel in Germany and Europe through the newly founded company "Veriso GmbH & Co. KG".
Veriso GmbH & Co. KG now has four foam glass furnaces at three production locations and is one of the largest producers of foam glass gravel in Europe. The new company is headquartered in Knittlingen (Baden-W.).
Foam glass gravel consists of waste glass and convinces with advantageous properties as well as a wide range of possible applications. It is an innovative and ecological alternative to other petroleum-based insulation materials, such as XPS, and can be used in building construction, civil engineering and traffic engineering.
Raytek GS150 thermal imaging systems enable automated quality control in glass bending, forming, annealing, and tempering processes.
The GS150LE variant is especially designed for Low-E (low emissivity) glass / one-side coated flat glass. It features automatic emissivity correction.
The systems are based on the Raytek MP150 infrared line scanner, which has a max. resolution of 1024 points per line, a max. 150 Hz scanning frequency, and an up to 90° wide field of view.
• Automated temperature monitoring
• Visualization on PC
• Ethernet TCP/IP interface integrated in the line scanning system
• PC-independent alarm output
• PC-independent analog outputs 3 x 4 – 20mA
• Improve profitability and product quality
• Reduce set-up time
• Detect defects quickly
• Automate quality monitoring for ISO9000
• Reduce scrap
• Efficiently manage the heat balance in the oven
• Automatically adjust the emissivity value when changing glass types or coatings