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Definition

Cast glass, also known as fused glass, fusing glass, slump glass, or hot-melt glass. It is produced by directing molten glass into a specific mold where it solidifies. Modern cost glass is mostly formed in a glass kiln or a metal mold.

 

Colors & Thicknesses

Clear, Low Iron, Blue, Bronze, Green, Grey, etc.

8mm, 10mm, 12mm, etc.

 

Features & Benefits

 

1. Cast glass can be chosen from bright colors and various styles, with rich patterns, three-dimensional sense, gorgeous decoration, and dazzling, solving the feeling of monotony and dullness of ordinary decorative glass facade.

2. Cast glass is produced by a hot-melt furnace, which has good heat resistance, acid resistance, alkali resistance, and impact resistance.

3. In addition to excellent interior decorative effects, cast glass has the advantages of noise reduction, no discoloration, no fading, and good hardness and anti-static.

4. Most cast glass is made of frosted appearance, which can protect our privacy as well.  

 

Applications

Cast glass mirror

Counter basin

Ashtray 

Fruit plate

Mosaic tiles

Shower doors

Glass tabletop

Glass walls

Glass partitions 

Glass windows

Glass doors

 

 

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