Magis Glass at Your home!


Imagine juicy lemons, pulsating maturity of bananas and freshly roasted aromatic coffee beans. Your image can be arranged anywhere in the kitchen. Elegant glazed kitchen fronts suddenly inspire a riot of bold colors. Floor tiles will shine in new splendor and the walls turn into picturesque scenery. Laminated image glass may have a size of up to 4×1,8 m! It’s certainly enough to impress your friends with an original decoration. Magic Glass is not just decoration, it is also a valuable practical element. Glass is resistant to moisture and high temperature withstand so every kitchen conditions. It can be used as a table top or kitchen.

Glass is a material often used in modern architectural designs. Our company focuses on the production of laminated glass.

Laminated glass is a composite consisting at least two glass sheets joined by a transparent synthetic adhesive layer. Can be combined with different glass types and thicknesses as well as foil, usually vinyl butyral (PVB).

Foils may be opaque, transparent, colored patterns and photos.

The production process of laminated glass consists of several phases. Previously prepared glass sheets are translated PVB in a special sterile, air-conditioned room. Next are subjected to rolling in special furnaces, where the pre-combine glass and foil. In order to ensure adequate adhesion and to get rid of air bubbles, laminates, a process is autoclaved at about 140 ° C and a pressure of 12 atm., Where they remain for several hours. In the final stage of the protrusions is cut off the film and the laminates are ready for installation.

Laminated glass has an important role in design solutions. PVB foil protects the glass from rattling.

Range of applications offered glass is very wide, for example as a wall covering, sliding wardrobes, kitchen fronts, windows replace the tiles in the kitchen, building glass, glass doors, stained glass, glass tables, kitchen countertops, balcony railings. The maximum size of a laminated glass is 1800×4000 mm per sheet.

The most common used glass is laminated glass consisting of two workpieces of a thickness of 2 mm. This is enforced by the maximum thickness of the glass used for the front aluminum. In order to obtain better mechanical properties, we recommend the use of glass with a thickness of 2 + 3 mm. Laminated glass is covered by standards EN 14449, EN 12600.