Coloured Glass - SGG Emalit Evolution

Coloured & Toughened - Glass that lasts• Wide application across exterior facades & interiors• Perfect for kitchens, bathrooms, wall panels, doors• Humidity-resistant, eco-friendly, durable, safe• Available in several colors and dimensions• Easy to install and maintain Saint-Gobain Glass has a colourful new addition to its extensive portfolio - SGG Emalit Evolution.

The glass, complying with BS EN 12150 standards, is toughened and coloured using a sophisticated process that ensures consistent colouring on one side. The combination of colour and toughness makes it a perfect choice to seamlessly integrate aesthetic appeal with functionality.

SGG Emalit Evolution is ideal for use in kitchens, bathrooms, furniture, wall panels, partitions, doors, guardings, floor applications, etc.

Continuing the Saint-Gobain tradition of blending beauty with benefit, SGG Emalit Evolution comes packed with a host of advantages. It is highly hygienic and resistant to humidity, making it an apt choice to clad internal wall areas where hygiene is critical. It is free from lead and other pollutants, recyclable and hence perfect for green buildings besides being a safe, healthy option.

SGG Emalit Evolution is fortified with mechanical properties & durability, and its colour fastness is ensured over long periods of time.

Like all SGG products, SGG Emalit Evolution can be easily installed; it can be channel glazed, adhesively glazed or screw fixed. It can also be installed in exterior structural sealant glazing, in ventilated, unventilated or insulated spandrel panels (filling element).

SGG Emalit Evolution is available in a palette of various colours. Dimensions vary from a minimum size of 600mmX600mm to a maximum of 3660mmX2440mm and thickness of 4 to 12mm. Care must be taken to clean the coloured & toughened glass with neutral products that are free from harsh and abrasive materials.

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