6mm Shaped Opti-White Low-Iron toughened & polished glass

Leadtime 7-10 working days excluding delivery

Print this PDF on How to measure a Radius as A4 Portrait without any scaling. Ensure your printer or driver is not set to ‘Fit to Page’. Ensure the line stated ‘100mm’ at the top right hand side of the printed page measures to 100mm on your measuring tape or ruler. This will verify that the printout is a true measure to scale. Measure the various radius sizes on the attached PDF up to your tables rounded corners and select the Radius size to the closest match. Please leave a comment with your Radius Size in the order note section on the checkout page.

NB – Please leave a comment with your ‘Radius Size’ in Order Notes.

Ideal for table tops , shelving and display cases.

Polished edges as standard.

Low-iron glass has a lower iron content, which removes the greenish tint associated with standard float glass and increases light transmission while neutralising the green colour of standard glass. The glass can be used almost anywhere regular float glass is used, particularly in applications requiring increased visible light, reduced solar transmission and a crystal-clear appearance.

Low-iron glass is ideal when the colour of glass needs to disappear in order to accentuate an application or decorative treatment. Often used in displays, interior doors and partitions, railings, floors, stairs, surfaces, shower enclosures and table tops and other surfaces. Tight tolerances provide minimal edge colour variation across various cut sizes and glass thicknesses. Guardian UltraClear® low-iron glass offers outstanding clarity and an ice blue edge.

Additional charges for drilling, notching and shaping, please email sketch or call 044-9343455 for prices.

Minimum charge €25.

Prices include VAT @23%

Lakeland Interiors accept no liability for correct product selection, application or usage.

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The visual difference between clear glass (right) and low iron / opti-white glass (left) The visual difference of Clear Toughened Glass (right) and Low Iron Glass (left)

The visual difference between Low Iron Glass (left) and Clear Glass (right)