Structural glass for today's architecture

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Impala Glass Industries Ltd
Glass serves many uses in modern architecture, easy to set up, stainless steel structural glass hardware offers the perfect solution for contemporary architecture.

Glass structures are often used to add an aesthetic appeal to the scene.The trend in recent years has been to design glass facades with higher energy efficiency and conservation, facades with low maintenance and greater emphasis on the comfort of the inhabitants of their buildings overtime this has been achieved by the incorporation of performance glass coatings or laminated glass, these glass products can be easily incorporated Impala Structural point support.

Huge projects including shopping malls, sport arenas, commercial buildings, banks, showrooms have opted Structural Glass Fittings for their architectural structures choosing from the huge range of Impala Glass Industries.

Structural Glass Fittings creates a link between the inside and outside world.Especially in working office environment this has proved to be successful as employees can stay alert, fresh and connected with the outside world while concentrating on their work.

It creates a clear and bright view without compromising on safety. Impala Glass Industries are the glass processors in Kenya.

They stock all types of Structural Glass Accessories. These structures let natural lighting to come in giving the place an illusion of space and depth which would otherwise feel crowded.

The glass processing at Impala Glass Industries is technologically advanced, the demand for the larger glazed surfaces is increasing and glass assemblies serve the role of load bearing systems.

These high tech architectural designs have brought a new revolutionized modern concept in the field of architecture. Huge Structural Glass systems incorporate elements including metals, plastic and similar fittings.

Structural Glass systems manufactured at Impala Glass Industries assures tough mechanical properties, they have high comprehensive strength, long term stability, resistance to harsh environment and weather conditions and a good stiffness to weigh ratio.

They are reliable and can be installed at all places. Regardless of whatever architectural structure is being made, large, skyscrapers, or huge walls at the airport terminals or simple canopies at the bus, underground or metro stations Structural Glass by Impala Glass Industries is the best choice.

600450 Structural glass for today's architecture
Date: 4 July 2016

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