Glass partitioning provides a modern and sophisticated solution to providing internal enclosures and wall partitions for a variety of applications.
One of the benefits of using glass over solid wall is that light can still pass through, thus creating a feeling of space and a light airy environment. There are many different options when choosing the right glass for your partitioning project which will vary according to your individual and legislative requirements. When you need absolute privacy you might choose sandblasted or diffusa laminated glass with acoustic sound control. For partial privacy, simple decorative designs or your company branding can be sandblasted onto the glass.
On select projects for clients requiring the ‘wow factor’, technically advanced ESG LCD Privacy Glass can be used to provide absolute privacy at the touch of a button.
If you are unsure of what you need please talk to one of our advisors.
ESG Designer glass gives architects and interior designers the ability to include bright, vibrant colours, designs and even photographic quality images giving designers the confidence they can create their innovative visions.
Screen printing involves the application of ceramic ink onto the glass through a silk screen template. The ink is baked onto the glass, fusing the ink to the glass so they become one, giving a hard wearing product perfect for applications such as shower screens. Normally a single colour process, but multi-colour is possible.
Back painting gives bright, bold solid colours whilst retaining the unique light reflective properties only glass can give. Primarily used in wall mounted applications such as splashbacks where no light transmission through the glass is required.
Should our customers want the light transmission properties of standard glass yet add colour into the installation we can offer a full range of Vanceva interlayers which allow light through but give a permanent coloured tint to the glass. These are laminated in between 2 glass panels and can even be added to our ESG Switchable™ range. By adding more interlayers to the glass construction it is possible to reduce the amount of light transmission to suit requirements.