faceboo Lacquered Glass for Unique Interior Designs | Saint-Gobain

Unique Lacquered Glass Solutions

Lacquered Glass from Saint-Gobain is manufactured by depositing and baking a lacquer coating on one side of the base glass, usually clear glass. The lacquer gives it a coloured and opaque appearance, bringing an element of vibrancy to any interior application. Unlike Back Painted Glass (BPG) available in the market, the lacquered finish protects the glass from damage, making it highly durable. Lacquered glass contains very minimal amounts of VoCs, and therefore is not only safe to use but also does not harm the environment. It is humidity-resistant and also scratch-proof.

product

SGG PLANILAQUE

SGG Planilaque lacquered glass combines the elegance and depth of glass and the vibrancy of colour,making it ideal for use in interior decoration. SGG Planilaque lacquered glass is designed to infuse the int ...

view details
product

SGG Master-Soft Color-It

SGG Master-Soft Color-It combines the texture of textiles and the colour of lacquered glass to bring a unique design and depth to glass. A patterned-lacquered glass, it features a textured face and a colour at ...

view details
product

Frequently Asked Questions

What is lacquered glass?

Lacquered Glass often confused with back painted glass is a range of interior glass ideal for use in furnishings and decorations. Its supreme quality and exquisite gloss, lend a contemporary appeal to evolving designs in architecture. It is an opaque glass with lacquer coating on rear side of the glass, bringing an element of vibrancy to any interior application.

What are the uses of lacquered glass?

Lacquered glass is the ideal choice for interior decor, perfect for a wide range of applications. It can be used to clad cabinet/wardrobe/internal/sliding doors, furniture, showcases, signages and writing boards apart from wall panels and other decorative panels. Beyond the dining area, it can also be used in the lobby and restroom

How is lacquered glass made?

Lacquered Glass from Saint-Gobain is manufactured by depositing and baking a lacquer coating on one side of the base glass, usually clear glass.

Can lacquer glass be used in indian kitchens?

Lacquered glass is humidity-resistant and also scratch-proof, hence can be used in Indian kitchens.

How is lacquered glass fixed to ply?

Lacquered glass can be installed to ply quickly and easily by mechanical fixing (in channels or using fixing pads), or by adhesive fixing (using neutral silicone and/or double-sided adhesive pads.)

How to fix lacquered glass?

Lacquered glass is scratch proof and humidity-resistant.

Is lacquered glass scratch proof?

The lacquer on rear side of glass is scratch proof as against back painted glass.

How to fix lacquered glass on facade?

Lacquered Glass intended for usage in interior spaces and not recommended for exteriors.

How to fix lacquered glass on wall?

Lacquered glass can be installed quickly and easily by mechanical fixing (in channels or using fixing pads), or by adhesive fixing (using neutral silicone and/or double-sided adhesive pads.)

What does a lacquered in the glass actually do?

The lacquer gives it a coloured and opaque appearance, bringing an element of vibrancy to any interior application.

Is lacquer waterproof?

Lacquered glass contains very minimal amounts of VoCs, and therefore is not only safe to use but also does not harm the environment. It is humidity-resistant and also scratch-proof.

What is the thickness of lacquered glass?

SGG Planilaque is available in 4mm and 8mm.