90% of the flat glass in the world is produced by float glass technology. With it, the molten glass is poured into one end of the tub with molten tin. The glass flows down the tin and aligns, creating a flat surface on both sides. The glass slowly cools and hardens as it passes over the molten tin, then exits the tub as a continuous strip. The glass is then polished. The finished product has almost perfectly parallel surfaces. The glass is manufactured in standard thicknesses of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 19 and 22 mm.
This produces extremely smooth glass without any optical defects. Suitable for use in construction, furnishings and interiors, and in places where neutral transparent glass is required.
Float glass can be colorless and voluminous in color. The bulk colored float glasses are used both in construction and in the interior. They are used for the production of glass, furniture (countertops, tables, shelves, etc.), partition walls, etc.