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Characteristics

  • Colours: extraclear, clear, bronze, grey, green, blue, black, mirror and lacquered(*).
    Double side: available.
    With mirror base: extra-clear, clear and coloured.
    Thickness: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15 mm (from 5/64″ to 3/5″) and laminated.
    Size: Standard 2250x3210mm (88″x126″). (Other sizes please consult.)
    Weight: 2.5kg/m2 per mm thickness.
    Base: float glass standard UNE-EN 572-2, mirror standard UNE EN 1036 quality and resistance to corrosion.

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Satin LuxMat® 379

Maximum luminosity. The satin with the greatest transparency and ethereal appearance.

Maximum luminosity.

LuxMat® 379, the satin with the greatest transparency and ethereal appearance.

LuxMat® is a trademark from SEVASA.


Applications

  • Construction: roofs, curtain walls, façades, etc…
  • The creation of interior designs with enclosure systems, dividers, screens, passages, doors, cabins, roofs, skylights, transparent roofs, windows.
  • Wall coverings and glass surfaces.
  • Floors, stairs, entries.
  • General furniture, tables, cupboards, changing rooms, shelves, lights and display cases…

Advantages

  • Guaranteed homogenous quality: we use a single source of base-glass to ensure homogeneity between orders, especially important for large-scale installations and construction.
  • High production capacity for large projects, with short delivery times.
  • Well-known international brands and guaranteed quality backed by 30 years as the market leader.
  • SEVASA satin is long-lasting, stain resistant and easy to clean.
  • It is resistant to damp and can be exposed to the sun and artificial light. Unchanged by time.
  • Easy transformation: cutting, bevelling, curving, drilling, tempering, laminating and suitable for double glazing.
  • SEVASA has obtained the Quality ISO 9001 and Environmental Safety ISO 14001 certificates. Strict routine controls give SEVASA the seal of an eco-friendly and sustainable company.

Recommendations

  • Store the glass in a dry place to prevent oxidation and protect from dust.
  • Clean with clean water. Do not use abrasive products.
  • Just like any other satin, care must be exercised when handling, particularly the matt face. Place the glass on a clean cutting table to protect the satin. It is recommended you position the glass satin side up on the cutting table.
  • In exteriors and double glazing it is recommended the treated side be positioned inside to preserve the initial aesthetic. For exterior use of the treated side, see the SEVASA Antiscratch line.
  • In wet zones (shower screens, shower cabins, etc.) you are advised to install the glass with the treated side outwards: the glass will be transparent until it dries.
  • When LuxMat® glass is installed correctly, no specific precautions are required. SEVASA satin is untouched by time and it does not degrade or blur.
  • Transformation observations(*):
  • Laminate: the treated side must face outwards.
  • Straight, circular, bevelled, polished, perforated, grooved and V-bevelled: It is worked like float glass, on a clean cutting table. It is recommended you position the glass satin side up on the cutting table.
  • Curve: it can be curved on both sides of the float.
  • Serigraph: both sides can be serigraphed.
  • Silvered layer: Preferably on the untreated side.
  • Lacquered layer: Preferably on the untreated side. See LuxMat Laquée
  • Double glazing: the treated side should preferably be faced inwards in the assembly for ease of maintenance. The use of silicone for the double-glazing joint is not permitted when the satin side is in position 2 or 3.

Optional Services

Customised Production: specific acording to your design, production, services and logistic needs.

Does your project or client require a bespoke design?

¿Have you been unable to find glass with the ideal technical or design characteristics?

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