Versatility and complex geometry

Annealed bent glass is obtained through slow heating with high convection up to the sagging temperature of the flat glass sheet, which by means of a bending mold is curved to obtain any kind of complex geometry. Thereafter the glass is slowly cooled (annealed).

This technique offers a wide range of shapes such as double radius, flat and radius, conical shapes and even projects with spherical glass shapes. The versatility of this process also allows us to bend all types of glasses: tinted, patterned, thermo-shaped, Low-E, solar control, selective coatings and screen-printed.

Furthermore it improves the optical quality compared to a curved tempered glass and for this reason, it is more adequate for the production of laminated glass and insulating glass.