AS 1288 2006 Glass In Buildings Selection And Installation.pdf UPD
the different forms of glass can be prepared in the following ways: (i) by formation of new pattern on the surface of an unpatterned sheet, (ii) by cutting glass into size and shape of a particular application, (iii) by laminating the glass using an adhesive and (iv) by depositing a pigment on the surface of the glass. the above techniques are used to prepare different types of glass for different applications.
AS 1288 2006 Glass In Buildings Selection And Installation.pdf
in their subsequent description of the different types of glass, the authors have also discussed the properties and uses of the different types of glass. the three types of glass, which are unpatterned, patterned, and tinted, are further explained.
the unpatterned glass, also known as untreated, is the most common type of glass and is usually used in construction, roofing and glazing. it is mostly used in the construction of industrial, commercial, residential and recreational buildings. the unpatterned glass is also known as non-brilliant and non-tinted glass. the unpatterned glass is also known as non-labeled glass.
the 5-degree c. tempered glass has a minimum thickness of 3mm and can withstand loads of 30kg/mm2. it has to be manufactured in a manufacturing facility, which has to be compliant with the indian standard and other relevant national specifications.
the patterned glass is another type of glass, which is used for many applications. it is also called patterned glass and is usually a combination of more than one type of glass. the patterned glass is also known as decorated glass and is used for decorative and functional purposes. the patterned glass is available in different colours or shades and in many types of patterns. it is available in different sizes.