Due to its engraved patterns and the uneven surface of one or both sides, patterned glass disperses any passing light beams to prevent a clear view of the objects behind it. In order to produce this type of glass, the molten glass ribbon is compressed between two rollers, the lower of which is usually patterned on the surface.
Patterned glass can be used for decorative purposes and also for partitions, greenhouse construction and interior/exterior design.
Ghazvin Glass Company currently operates two patterned glass lines with a total capacity of 50,000 ton/year to produce patterned glass in various colours (blue, green, amber, bronze and clear glass) with a range of patterns (frosted, karatachi, cross reed, flora, withy, etc.) and a 4-10 mm thickness range up to 1600 mm in width. The outstanding quality of GGC Patterned Glass has made it one of the most popular brands for this particular product in the region with high demand in the local market and also supply to many neighbouring and Middle Eastern countries.