Tinted float is produced by adding a colourant during a float glass production run. The most common colours are grey, bronze, green and blue. Apart from its function in an aesthetic sense, tinted float is primarily designed to reduce solar heat gain and glare and increase the comfort levels and reduce cooling costs in buildings.

Most float glass can be toughened, a process that creates safety glass out of annealed glass. Tinted glass is available from 4mm up to 10mm in thickness.


Reduced Light Transmission

Reduced Solar Heat Gain

Enhanced Aesthetics

Increase Design Flexibility


Glazing of domestic houses, factories, shopping centres, schools, commercial buildings. Furniture doors, table tops, shelves, counters, displays, showers.