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Anti-reflective glass

See more clearly with minimal reflections

Anti-reflective glass, reduces undesirable light reflection and glare on the glass while increasing transparency, creating clearer, uninterrupted and more natural views through the glass.

What is anti-reflective glass and why do we use it?

The most basic goal of glass is the ability to see through it, but often this poses a paradox. While the glass itself is crystal clear, its surroundings can provide obstacles to the view in the form of glare and reflection. A challenge for architects is to maximize visibility whilst minimizing reflection.

Anti-reflective glass is an advanced coated glass with reflection control properties that reduce the reflection of light on the surface of the glass. It increases the light transmission and brightness, offering better contrast definition for any applications where reflections can be an issue, including retail storefronts, car showrooms, zoos, sports facilities, viewing areas, or special applications such as museum displays and digital signage.

What are the benefits of anti-reflective glass?

Anti-reflective glass provides maximum visibility while minimizing light reflection and glare. The result is crystal-clear views.


Float glass has high light transmittance, providing clear and undistorted views. Due to its crystal-like cllarity, float glass has the incomparable benefit of connecting you with the surrounding nature, while protecting us from the elements. The natural daylight it allows into a building helps with the visual comfort of a building’s occupants, while lowering demand for artificial lighting.

Easy to process

During the float glass manufacturing process, the raw materials are melted to form a hot ribbon of glass, which is then cooled down in a controlled way to introduce into the annealed glass a uniform stress profile. An optimal annealing process helps ensure that the float glass can be cut easily during further processing.

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