Ordinary Sheet Glass

(5 customer reviews)

Ordinary sheet glass, commonly known as flat glass or float glass, is the standard type of glass used in various applications. It is produced by floating molten glass on a bed of molten metal, resulting in a smooth, uniform surface with excellent optical clarity. Ordinary sheet glass is widely used for windows, doors, mirrors, and glass panels in architectural and decorative projects. It serves as the foundation for further processing and customization to meet specific design and functional needs.

  • Delivery Time: 10-40 days(the exact time depends on destination country)
  • Departure Port: Shanghai, Ningbo-Zhoushan, Qingdao, Tianjin, Dalian, Xiamen, Guangzhou(or other ports based on customer requirements)
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Ordinary sheet glass is a popular choice for architectural and decorative applications due to its smooth, uniform surface and high optical clarity. It is available in clear or tinted options and can be coated with materials to enhance energy efficiency and reduce glare. Ordinary sheet glass can also be tempered or laminated for increased strength and safety, making it suitable for use in windows, doors, mirrors, and tabletops. Easy to clean and maintain, ordinary sheet glass is a durable and versatile material suitable for a variety of residential and commercial projects.


Parameter Value
Thickness 2 mm to 19 mm, with common thicknesses of 4 mm, 5 mm, 6 mm, and 8 mm
Size Varies depending on manufacturer and application, typically between 24 inches by 36 inches and 48 inches by 72 inches for windows
Edge Finish Polished, beveled, or ground
Color Clear and transparent, can be tinted to various colors
Annealing Point 450 – 500°C
Strength Varies depending on thickness and type, tempered or laminated glass for improved strength and safety


Note: The parameter values may vary depending on the specific product and manufacturer.


Tabletops: Plain plate glass can be used as a tabletop surface for a variety of furniture items, such as desks, coffee tables, and dining tables. It provides a smooth, flat surface that is easy to clean, and can protect the underlying wood or other materials from damage. Mirrors: Ordinary plate glass can be used as the base material for mirrors in homes and commercial settings. A reflective coating is added to one side of the glass to create the mirror effect.



Q: What are the disadvantages of using ordinary plate glass?

A: Ordinary plate glass is not as strong as other types of glass, and can shatter if subjected to impacts or extreme temperatures. It also has poor thermal insulation properties.

Q: What are some common applications for ordinary plate glass?

A:Ordinary plate glass is commonly used in residential and commercial windows, glass doors, glass partitions, glass shelves, and mirrors. It is also used in the manufacturing of solar panels, electronic displays, and automotive windshields.

Q: How is ordinary plate glass made?

A: Ordinary plate glass is made by pouring molten glass onto a flat surface and then rolling it into a sheet. The glass is then annealed to relieve any internal stresses and to improve its strength and durability.

5 reviews for Ordinary Sheet Glass

  1. William

    They have good quality!

  2. Curtis Moniot

    We have cooperated for many years and are a trustworthy partner.

  3. Jacob

    We have cooperated many times and have never been damaged!

  4. Jason

    A good supplier

  5. Vincent

    Durable, safety, good quality!

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