This is produced by spraying sand at high velocities over the surface of the glass. This gives the glass a translucent surface, which is usually rougher than that obtained by etching. During sandblasting, only the areas that are to remain transparent are masked for protection. The depth and degree of the translucency of the sand-blasted finishing vary with the force and type of sand used
- Translucent glazing in a range of patterned glasses; a wealth of different textures and effects.
- Decorative glasses in which the design is printed onto one or both sides of a clear, bronze or yellow sheet of glass.
- More than 40 geometric, stylised, figurative, classical or exclusive designs, with or without metal mesh.
- A translucent glazing can be toughened, laminated, sandblasted or assembled in double glazing depending on the design and thickness.
- Residential and commercial settings.
- Doors, shower screens, partitions and interior screens, furniture, etc.