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Renovation/ Facades/ Glass

GLASS FOR RESTORATION

Hattenbergstraße 10 55122 Mainz Germany
Tel.: (+49) 6131 66 0
Fax: (+49) 6131 66 2000
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Glass intended for reliable optical restoration of historic windows and decorative glass screens, fabricated using a mechanized drawing process to imitate antique blown glass.
The use of restoration glass permits modern composites such as double glazing with an air space and security glass (laminated starting at 4 mm, as well as tempered), and also combined with float glass, placing the restored face where required for aesthetics.
-Goetheglas®: mechanically drawn, slightly wavy, clear. Standard dimensions: 2.10 to 2.20 x 1.60 m. Thickness: 4.0-5.0 mm; 7.5-8.5 mm (the greater thickness helps to stiffen the frame).
-Restover®: mechanically drawn, somewhat irregular surface, almost bubbles, clear. Standard dimensions: 1.00 x 1.50 m and 1.60 x 1.50 m. Thickness: 2.5-3.0 mm (minimum thickness, adapts easily to historic window frames).
-Tikana®: mechanically drawn, clear, with the leasty wavy surface among the restoration glass range from Schott. Ug between 5,8 and 1,1 W/m²·K.
-Antikglas 75: mechanically drawn, transparent, single colour glass with surface texture similar to blown glass, but with almost no bubbles, comes in more than 20 colours. Used for decorative glass screens. Standard dimensions: 1.00 to 2.05 x 1.00 to 1,50 m. Thickness: 2.5-3.0; 3.75-4.25; 5.5-6.5; 7.5-8.0 mm.
-Antik-Kathedralglas: rolled, transparent, single colour glass with irregular surface, comes in more than 15 colours. Used in decorative glass screens. Standard dimensions: 1.07 x 0.82 m. Thickness: approx. 3 mm.
Goetheglas® features the characteristic irregular surface of old window glass mainly seen in the 18th and 19th centuries

Goetheglas® features the characteristic irregular surface of old window glass mainly seen in the 18th and 19th centuries. Orangery at castle Schwerin, Germany.

Glass for restoration at Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany.

Restover® resembles the 20th century glass manufactured at the turn of the century. Thanks to its minimal thickness, it can be easily installed in historical window frames and profiles. German Historical Museum, Berlin. Architect: I.M. Pei.

Tikana® glass at Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany.

Tikana® glass at Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany.

Creation of new stained glass windows with Antikglas (with a range of up to 20 colours)

Creation of new stained glass windows with Antikglas (with a range of up to 20 colours)

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