Wet Glazing

Glazing is a transparent part of a wall, usually made of glass or plastic (acrylic or polycarbonate). Common types of glazing used in architectural applications include clear and tinted float glass , tempered glass and laminated glass as well as a variety of coated glasses, all of which can be glazed as single-, double- or even triple-lazed units.

Wet glazing is a method of securing glass in a frame by use of glazing compound or sealants.