Meet our products

Double Glazing

We produce double glazing under the brand SGG Climalit, with recognised quality, since the glass is produced according to the production and quality control process defined by Saint Gobain Glass.

Double glazing consists of 2 panes of glass and a spacer bar marked under the designation “SGG CLIMALIT”, in which the space between the panes of glass is hermetically-sealed with treated air or argon gas. The leakproofness of this set is ensured by a secondary double sealing system. Double glazing has excellent thermal and acoustic insulating properties, when compared with single glazing.

The application of high selectivity glass as a component of double glazing significantly increases the solar and thermal performance of double glazing.

  • Maximum thickness: 54mm
  • Maximum size: 9000mm*3210mm

Double Glazing with Internal Blinds

A blind can be incorporated in the inner space between the 2 panes of glass that form the double glazing. The blind controller can be manual or automatic.

Double glazing consists of 3 panes of glass and 2 spacer bars marked under the designation “SGG CLIMALIT”, in which the space between the panes of glass is hermetically-sealed with treated air or argon gas. The leakproofness of this set is ensured by a secondary double sealing system. Triple glazing has better thermal insulating properties than double glazing.

  • Maximum thickness: 54mm
  • Maximum size: 9000mm*3210mm

Laminated Glass

It is a safety glass that consists of two or more single glazing joined by a layer of plastic material of polyvinyl butyral or EVA. These materials were chosen due to their outstanding qualities of resistance, adherence and elasticity. The bonding process between the butyral and the panes of glass takes place under thermal and pressure treatment. The obtained product has the same transparency as any other glass with the same thickness.

In case of breakage, the fragments of glass are held in place by the butyral and kept together inside the frame, which promotes safety and prevents entrance through the glass.

Different units with different characteristics can be obtained if nature, number and thickness of its components are changed. The resistance can vary in order to provide physical safety or even ballistic protection.

Laminated glass can have translucent, light diffusing or coloured interlayers.

Tempered Glass

Tempered glass is a product that after being manufactured (edges, holes and carving) undergoes a controlled thermal treatment, in which the glass is evenly heated in the tempering furnace, reaching a temperature of about 700ºC. Then, the two sides of the glass undergo a sudden cooling through air and pressure.

With this process, we are trying to achieve a glass with high mechanical and thermal performances, without changing the lighting and energy characteristics of the base product. This process gives the glass a resistance 5 times higher than the annealed glass with the same thickness.

The glass is converted into a high safety material for construction; the resistance is increased and the characteristic of fragmentation into granular chunks is added. The main characteristics of tempered glass are the following:

  • Impact resistance
  • Flexural and tensile strength
  • Thermal shock resistance
  • Fragmentation – a particular characteristic of tempered glass, breaking causes the division of glass into small non-cutting fragments, preventing physical risks and accidents.

Tempered Glass with HST

Heat Soak Testing is a thermal process that complements the tempering process and it is used to eliminate the glass that carries the risk of spontaneous breakage due to nickel sulphide inclusion.

During the test, tempered glass is subjected to a 290ºC temperature and then undergoes a gradual cooling.

HST reduces in 95% the possibility of spontaneous breakage, after the glass is installed.

Heat Strengthened Glass

Heat strengthened glass is a product subjected to a specific treatment in the tempering furnace. This treatment increases twice the mechanical resistance of the monolithic glass. This product breaks into larger fragments than tempered glass.

Curve Glass

Curve glass results from the heating of flat glass until the plasticity point is reached, out of which, the glass wanted form is done through moulding. One of the advantages of curve glass is the flexible forms that can be made. We produced tempered curve glass.

Maximum size: 3000mm*3200

Minimum radius: 1500mm

Digital Printing

Printing high resolution images on glass of different sizes and shapes, on surfaces with small decorative details to large façades is one of the innovative solutions offered by Maxividro.

In the digital process, the high quality of images printed on glass opens up the material’s decorative possibilities with a horizon of unlimited possibilities. It is possible to safely reproduce photos, illustrations, logos, imprints, textures and drawings with the highest definition quality.

Projects increase their value due to details, colors and accuracy that this technology allows.