Glass Block

Glass Block

Catalogue No. – 16202

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A glass block, also known as a glass brick, is a building material made from glass that is shaped into a solid block. Glass blocks are commonly used in architectural and design applications because they provide a unique combination of transparency, durability, and insulation properties.

Glass blocks are typically made by fusing together two halves of a hollow glass shell in a furnace. The glass is then annealed or slowly cooled to relieve any internal stresses and increase its strength. The resulting block is solid, translucent, and can come in a variety of sizes and shapes.

Glass blocks are often used in buildings to provide natural light while maintaining privacy and security. They can be used to create interior walls, partitions, skylights, and decorative features. Additionally, glass blocks provide thermal insulation and can help reduce noise transmission, making them ideal for use in areas where privacy, light, and sound insulation are important.