FLOAT Glass is glass produced with FLOAT technology and refers to all kinds of glass manufactured in the sheets including cast and dued flat glass. The flat glass industry and the end-of-the-glass industry produce products made of glass for civil engineering, architecture, automotive industry and furniture making. Flat glass can be found everywhere-at home, in the car, in shops and at work. They are used to build the wind glass for cars, wall mirrors for our homes, glass walls, etc. Glass furniture, in various colors and patterns, is still very popular. Indoor furniture with glass can be found anywhere from the door to the kitchen and the bathroom. Laminated safety glass and glass partitions also play an important role in the furniture and interior industry.   The most commonly used type of flat glass is float glass that is now replaced by mostly other glass-making processes, such as safety glass for vehicles and for example a mirror. About 95% of the entire flat glass is now produced float procedure. It is dipped in the stalked glass that is left over the dissolved Khal. Glass made in this way has a very smooth surface and is ideal for processing and finishing. On the other hand, the cast glass is as solid as the result of the casting and rolling process. It is used where transparency is not needed or desirable, such as bathrooms, doors for houses and offices or glass partitions between bank counters.   Flat Glass performs a wide range of functions-from thermal insulation and from safety applications to protection from the sun.   It can be found in various colors and patterns (bronze, green, grey, azure blue, dark blue, and of course colorless)

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