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Mirage Toughened Glasses Private Limited is situated at Dera Bassi –Barwala road in Dera Bassi (Punjab) which is centrally located to cater to areas such as Tri-City, Punjab, Himachal and Haryana.


We have full range available under one roof to meet your architectural & decorative glass requirements.


We have highly dedicated team to achieve 100 % success in achieving high quality standards. Regular trainings and upgradations are being done in this regard to achieve customer satisfaction.

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Our team is well equipped to handle all jobs efficiently and provide material to all clients well in time.

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We have fastest complaint redressal system in which all issues are resolved in minimal time thereby increasing customer satisfaction

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We have state of the art machines which are fully automatic and produces highly efficienct product which is unmatchable in today's competitive market.

Frequently Asked Questions

1What are the main components of glass? In what ratio are the main components mixed?
about 60 parts sand = 24% about 180 parts potassium carbonate = 74% about 5 parts lime/chalk = 2% These components are listed in the first formulation handed down from Assyria (about 640 BC). In order to obtain coloring and other properties, additives, metals and rare earths are used.
2How is glass produced?
Glass is melted in vats with fireproof cladding, which nowadays are heated by oil, gas or electricity, and is then a) drawn, rolled (flat glass) b) pressed, blown (hollow glass) and, if necessary, subjected to further processing: a) coated b) imprinted c) polished d) drilled e) faceted f) frosted g) tempered/pre-stressed
3How is colored glass made?
Glass that is colored throughout can be produced by adding coloring materials, subsequent colored coating or transparent imprinting is also possible
4At what temperature does glass begin to melt?
Depending on the type of glass and on the glass batch composition, the melting temperature is between approximately 1000 °C and 1600 °C (1832 °F and 2912 °F).
5When was glass first produced?
Historically, glass production is known to have existed in ancient Egypt around 8000 BC, as well as in Mesopotamia and Mycenaea, China and Northern Tyrol
6How is reflective glass made?
Reflective glass can be produced by vaporizing, coating or imprinting with metallic materials, such as silver, gold, copper, etc.
7How is float glass cut at production line ?
In a laser cutting process developed by FLOAT GLASS COMPANIES, the laser beam precisely heats a specific line on the glass followed by a cold jet of air or an air/liquid mixture. These thermally induced tensions cause a precise fissuring of the glass. The result are cutting edges of the highest quality.
8How long does glass need to cool?
To prevent stresses in the material, glass has to be brought slowly to the ambient temperature. This is done in a time-controlled annealing oven. Depending on the quantity/type of glass, this "annealing time" - which actually is a controlled "heating reduction" - ranges from hours to months.
9What is the temperature of the annealing ovens?
At the start of the process, "annealing ovens" have a temperature level corresponding to the production temperature/forming temperature, and at the end of the process, that of the ambient temperature. This is an individual temperature/time profile dependent on the product/type of glass.
10What is processed flat glass?
Processed flat glass is floatglass which is additionally cut drilled provided with processed edges facetted (bevelled edges) screenprinted laminated tempered assembled/ processed to a glued sandwich construction in order to fulfill different additional needs.

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From residential to business and commercial building projects,Mirage Glasses creates endless possibilities for all architectural glass needs. By providing customized glass panels, reliable supply as well as research and experiment,Mirage Glasses spare no effort to achieve architect’s design intentions and meet budgetary and engineering needs.

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