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Bear Glass Can Glue Chip Glass !!!


A beautiful way to enhance your décor is by infusing it with glue chip glassBear Glass offers this exceptional product to its customers.  For an in depth explanation of what glue chip glass is and what it can do for you please continue reading.

Glue chip glass is a simple procedure that can put the pizzazz back into any room of your home or office.  Glue chip glass is a type of adhesive used to decorate the glass itself.  It is the perfect addition to glass on windows, doors, shelving, and more.  After it is applied, the glue dries and rises to create beautiful patterns.  Glass decorated with this adhesive are called chipped glasses.  This technique is an excellent when combined with glass craving to yield amazing designs.

Glue chip glass is available in solid or liquid forms.  It is used all over the world for a wide variety of designs and decorative patterns.  The patterns that glue chip glass creates are not only beautiful but they help prevent sun rays from entering into the room.  Glue chip glass is hence, a great protector of harmful ultra violet ray.  It is also a great creator of privacy, preventing others from seeing in through your glass windows or doors.

Glue chip glass is a texture that looks like frost on a window pane during the winter cold. This attractive random pattern is created by applying hot glue to the sandblasted surface of clear float glass and allowing it to dry under controlled temperature and humidity conditions.

Glue chip glass has a frosted design with a very interesting process that gives it this unique and individual design, and is popular as a glass room divider panel. Adding a lot more privacy and separation, yet still allowing the light to flow through it.

Glue chip glass is a texture that looks like frost on a window pane during the winter cold. This attractive random pattern is created by applying hot glue to the sandblasted surface of clear float glass and allowing it to dry under controlled temperature and humidity conditions.

We ship Glue Chip Glass world wide.

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Bear Glass Inc.

399 20th Street

Brooklyn, NY 11215

Phone: 718-832-3604

Fax: 718-832-0786

Email: bearglass@yahoo.com


BEAR GLASS WIRE GLASS


 

Bear Glass has the answers you are looking for regarding wire glassWire glass is used in fire-rated windows and doors because it meets most fire codes. It is made by feeding a welded wire net into the molten glass before it enters the rollers. The wire does not add strength to the glass, but it does hold the glass in the sash if it shatters.

The process of wire glass, or wired glass, is sheet glass in which wire mesh has been inserted during production. The impact resistance of this glass is similar to that of normal glass, but in case of breakage, the mesh retains the pieces of glass. This product used to be accepted as low-cost fire glass but is no longer acceptable for this use. Now, wire glass is mostly used for windows because of it exceptional security qualities. Clear wire glass and obscure wire glass is available at Bear Glass.

Wire glass is a common sight in schools, businesses, and hotels across the nation. Wire glass is manufactured primarily as a fire retardant, with wire mesh inlaid in the glass to prevent it from shattering and breaking out under stress or when exposed to high temperatures. With the window intact, the wire glass keeps the fire at bay, protecting those on the other side from the harmful effects of smoke and flame.

Wire glass typically comes in two types — Misco and boxed. Misco is also called diamond wire glass. In boxed wire glass, the wire is rotated 45-degrees, so that it makes s a checkerboard pattern, rather than diamonds.

There are pros and cons of installing wire glass.

There are many myths about wire glass and its proper usage. Primarily, most people assume that that the incorporation of wire into the glass makes it stronger, and that this makes it a good option for security glass. Actually, the wire in the glass actually weakens the wire glass from a strength standpoint, and makes it more susceptible to breaking. What the wire does do for the glass is hold it in place. That makes it safer from the standpoint that a broken window won’t send glass fragments showering through a room (hence its use in schools), and that the wire will hold the glass in place under extreme temperatures (hence its status as fire rated glass).

Wire glass is a smart addition in any area where a solid fire barrier and safety glass are beneficial. This includes using wire glass in public areas such as schools, public buildings, and businesses, and particularly in areas of these buildings that provide escape routes in case of fire. Windows in stairwells and in hallways that lead to emergency exits are prime examples of areas where fire rated wire glass is a smart addition.

We ship wire glass world wide.

For more information, please contact us at:

FACTORY/OFFICE

Address:

Bear Glass Inc.

399 20th Street

Brooklyn, NY 11215

Phone: 718-832-3604

Fax: 718-832-0786

Email: bearglass@yahoo.com