Tyneside Safety Glass manufactures and supplies heated glass for use in buildings, motorsport windscreens and other vehicles. Read about the benefits of our heated glass constructions.
Tyneside Safety Glass is proud to consider itself an innovative producer of high-quality heated glass constructions, offering a product that proves to be invaluable to multiple industries.
As heated glass suppliers with decades of experience, we are always pushing our team to generate new and innovative processes and products to make Tyneside Safety Glass the heated glass suppliers of choice.
Our heated glass constructions are the result of a full and rigorous design and development service, a service which ensures that Tyneside Safety Glass products meet our exceptionally high standards.
As well as providing an increase in visibility in all conditions, our heated glass constructions come with the high level of quality and durability that you would expect from Tyneside Safety Glass, helping to keep visibily clear for drivers in all weather conditions.
We supply heated glass for vehicles such as bus and coaches, historic and modern motorsport vehicles, specialist sportscars, construction and military vehicles amongst others.
When heated glass is required in a laminated application we utilise our state of the art processing machinery to lay and heat tungsten “invisible” wires onto the surface of the PVB (Poly Vinyl Butryl) interlayer which is then laminated between glasses and also carry a full range of leads and connectors so we can offer advice on.
Heated laminated glass utilised in an automotive application helps to control condensation, de-mist, and de-icing of the glass which improves visibility and safety. We currently supply heated laminated glass for use in various applications such as passenger transport vehicles (bus & coach) historic and modern motorsport vehicles, specialist sportscars, construction and agricultural vehicles, vehicles used in cold storage facilities, commercial, armoured and military vehicles.
For automotive backlights (rear windows) specialist conductive inks are applied to the surface of the glass by our automated screen printing machinery and the ink is then fired into the surface of the glass during the toughening process. Again we carry a full range of leads and connectors which we can offer our advice on.