Moderate Obscurity Linear Glass: 1/2" Cross Reed (GL610)

This architectural glass has a frosted 1/2 inch cross reed glass design with a moderate obscure pattern. Architects, home designers, home builders, interior decorators, and home owners use this decorative glass to enhance the atmosphere of any room and add a bit more privacy and separation and is available right here at Architectural Glass.

NOTE: This glass style would not be appropriate for privacy applications.


Specifications

Standard Sheet Size:   65" x 85"
Thickness:   5/32" (4mm)
Tempered Available:   Yes (4+mm only)
Ask about custom cut sizes.

 


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    • Standard/Annealed glass — MINIMUM PURCHASE OF AT LEAST $15.00.
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Glue Chip Glass

Standard annealed glass can be heat treated in a sophisticated furnace to produce tempered safety glass. The glass is first cut to size and transferred to the furnace where it is heated to a precise softening point, then quickly air cooled. The process creates a glass approximately four times stronger than standard annealed glass. When broken, tempered safety glass shatters into many small fragments thereby greatly reducing the likelihood of major injury. It is used when safety, strength and thermal resistance are important considerations.
The "basic" glasses are commonly referred to as Annealed glass. Annealing is the controlled cooling of the glass during the manufacturing process. Annealed glass can be easily cut, polished and drilled. It will break on impact into large jagged pieces.