Reflective glass is essentially ordinary float glass with a metallic coating that cuts off solar heat. This special metallic coating also provides a one-way mirror effect, preventing visibility from the outside and thus preserving privacy. Reflective glass is used primarily for structural facade glazing.

Reflective Glass is Temka Glass’ reflective solar control glass.

The coated surface should be placed facing inside (surface no 2) of the Insulating Glass Unit.

High Reflective Glass is Temka Glass’ reflective solar control glass.

It can be used as monolithic and also it can be incorporated into Insulating Glass Unit with clear float glass or heat control coated glass.


Glass packs or crates should be stored at an angle of 5o from the vertical. If bowing of the crates is observed, they should not be stored further and the row should be unpacked immediately.
Glass packs or crates should not be stored outside. They should be stored in a closed environment where appropriate temperature and humidity conditions are provided. Recommended values for storage: temperature between 9-25oC, humidity <70%. During the storage of the packs and the crates, contact with rain, snow or any kind of water should be avoided. High risk of corrosion should be considered when the glass panes get wet during storage. Therefore, if the glass panes get wet because of condensation or any other reason, they should be cleaned immediately before drying.
The loading or unloading of the packs from the stillages should be well balanced.
For the storage of the Jumbo packs, wooden wedges with rubber are recommended.
For the storage of the machine or split sizes, wooden or metal (with rubber) wedges are recommended.
Stillage and the wedges should be supported with rubber pieces in order to tolerate the level differences that are originating from the ground.
Wooden wedges should be made out of hornbeam or beech that are dried in an oven.
Glass packs in which there are broken or cracked panes, must not be stored.
Care should be taken for minimum contact between the coated surface of Şişecam High Reflective Glass and the styrofoam. The styrofoam can leave spots that may be hardly removed on the coated surface.


Hardness of the water to be used for washing the glass panes should be maximum 5o Fr and pH should be between 6-8. The electrical conductivity of the washing water is recommended as 1 µS/cm for the glasses to be coated off-line and less than 30 µS/cm for insulating glass units. Brushes of the washing machine should be soft in order to avoid scratches on the glass. The water on the glass should be removed with air knife before drying.
Coated surface of Şişecam High Reflective Glass should not get into contact with the rollers. Friction to the rollers or other pieces should be avoided when the glass is conveying in the machine. Glass should be washed immediately after edge processing.