Murphy Glass & Mirror offers a wide range of glass types for you to choose from:
Clear Glass is transparent and devoid of any colour. It is glass that can be seen through clearly, allowing an uninterrupted amount of light. Clear glass is used on everything ranging from windows to table tops.
Toughened Glass is also a Grade A Australian Safety Standard AS1288. It is processed by controlled thermal or chemical treatments to increase its strength. Because of its safety and strength, Toughened Glass is used in any situation requiring the above needs for example, glass doors and tables, large windows, splashbacks and it is even used as a component of bulletproof glass. In the event that the glass is broken it will break into small sections instead of splintering, making it less likely to cause severe injury.
Available in a range of colours, it is can be used to block or reflect different amounts light, heat, glare and UV from entering the premises, according to the consumer’s preference.
Patterned Glass is made from a standard sheet of glass and has different patterns or textures imprinted on it. It can be plain or tinted, used in door panels, windows, furniture or as a feature wall. Patterned Glass is frequently used in homes and offices where an element of privacy and obscurity is required as it creates a decorative feature within itself whilst still allowing the light to enter. Reducing visibility, Obscured Glass and Translucent Glass, is often used in bathroom windows, office partitions, feature walls etc.
Laminated Safety Glass
Laminated Safety Glass has an interlayer of vinyl between two or more sheets of glass. Its high strength prevents this type of glass from breaking up and will remain intact when shattered. It is used anywhere there is risk of human impact. Laminated glass is of a Grade A Australian Safety Standard AS1288.
Frosted/Etched Glass is created when an abrasion is made on one surface of the glass by the acid etching technique or sandblasting. A sheet of Frosted/Etched glass is perfect for any room where discretion is essential and the use of curtains or blinds could cause the room to become dark and ominous. Admitting light without allowing people to see through it makes it the perfect privacy aid and can be used in both residential and commercial settings.