Welcome to Mi Glass, one of the leading specialist Glass Processors & Glass Manufacturers in Europe
As one of the largest glass manufacturers in Europe, we proudly process, manufacture and supply glass to market sectors across the world. Our markets include mainland Europe, the US and the Far East and we cater for all kinds of industries including retail, office spaces, transport, leisure and the home.
As we cater for so many different industries there are all manner of uses we can manufacture our glass for. From glass designs to create stunning interior workplaces to glass products specific to construction and agricultural machinery, the uses we can provide are endless.
Our specialist team can provide everything from bespoke solutions to high volume glass requirements and are on hand to offer the best products for light, security and protection. Our most popular services include,
We are proud to have working partnerships with all the major flat glass manufacturers and able offer products from all raw material types including.
- Clear Float 1.6mm – 19mm
- Low Iron 4mm – 19mm
- Body tints Green/Grey/Bronze 3mm – 10mm
- Clear Mirror 3mm – 6mm
- Bronze, Grey or Antique Mirror 3mm – 6mm
- Anti-Reflective Coatings
- Di-Electric Mirror
- Painted Glass All Colours 4mm – 6mm
- Toughened Painted Glass All Colours 4mm – 10mm
- Laminated Including Acoustic, Decorative and Coloured Interlayers
- Patterned Glass
- Satinised Glass Including Non-Slip
In addition to offering the full range of Pilkington MirroView™ Digital Display glass we are also now an approved Pilkington Mirropane™ Chrome Toughenable Mirror processor so can offer the up to date products for your project.
In addition to those listed above we also specialise in the below stages of glass manufacturing to suit your needs,
Heat Soak Testing EN14179-1
Printed glass products
Packaging and logistics solutions
Glass bonding is the process of fusing two or more pieces of glass together. This is done by heating the glass to its melting point, which causes it to become liquid. The glasses are then brought together and pressed together until they cool and form a bond.
There are several ways to bond glass, including using an adhesive, heat, or pressure. Glass bonding is often used in windows and doors, as well as in glassware and other objects. It can also be used to repair damaged glass objects. Glass bonding is a popular technique because it creates a strong, durable bond that is resistant to weathering and corrosion.