With fully-automated glass manufacturing technologies, we can offer a range of insulated glazed units and glass solutions suitable for both domestic and commercial applications.
Energy efficiency is of utmost importance in today’s current climate; all our double and triple glazed units offer only the highest levels of thermal performance, ensuring savings on home heating bills and reduced waste energy emissions.
Glass Offering includes:
Soft Coat Glass – This is the inner pane glass used in all Inliten double glazed windows, and offers excellent levels of energy performance.
Soft Coat is an off-line coated Low Emissivity glass, absorbing solar heat from the sun whilst reflecting internal heat back into the home.
Glazing units featuring Soft Coat glass eliminates cold areas around the window, reduces condensation, and offers a clear and neutral appearance.
Soft Coat Xtra Glass – This is the inner pane glass used in both Inliten double and triple glazed windows to achieve enhanced energy efficiency and in turn low U-values.
Soft Coat Xtra features a high-performance coating in order to provide exceptional levels of thermal and energy performance. When used with triple glazed applications (2 panes of Soft Coat Xtra are required), whole window U-values are as low as 0.6.
Glazing units featuring Soft Coat Xtra glass eliminates cold areas around the window, reduces condensation, and offers a clear and neutral appearance.
Float Glass – This is the outer pane glass used in all Inliten double and triple glazed applications. Float glass is durable, easily cleaned and available with toughened or laminate applications.
Additional Glass Offering:
Textured Glass – Decorative patterns and designs are embossed into the surface of the glass pane; ideal for applications where privacy is to be maintained, for example: bathroom windows. A range of designs are available and offer various levels of obscurity from 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest).
Toughened Applications – Toughened applications are up to 5 times stronger than standard glass and are designed for maximum impact resistance. Toughening is recognised as a type of safety glass and meets International glass safety standards.
Laminate Applications – Laminate glass is produced by combining standard glass panes with PVB (Polyvinyl Butyral) interlayers. This maximises the overall integrity of the glass and ensures that glass remains held together if smashed or shattered.
Solar Control Glass – A range of tinted glass to control solar input and output is available, including: bronze, grey, green and blue. Solar control glass is ideal for applications which require heat absorption to be regulated, for example: conservatories and sunrooms.