Arctic Architectural Glass - Clear
Clear Texture Description
Texture is the personality of art glass, suggesting dimension, depth and contrast. In clear glass, texture is also useful for achieving varying degrees of privacy, while adding elegance and richness. A wide assortment of Clear Textures ranges from quite transparent to very obscure.
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Transparency Values Explained
Transparency of glass is measured by the level of Opacity. It is a measure how little light or how much light can pass through a sheet of glass. There are different levels of Transparency starting with Transparent styles and gradually increasing in Opacity to the more obscure Opalescent.
Transparent - Light can easily pass through these 100% transparent glasses since they don’t contain any opaque glass or other light blocking material, such as metallic flakes in Aventurine glasses. Formerly known as Cathedral Products.
Translucent - These mixed products are predominantly transparent glass with some opaque glass mixed in, allowing light to pass through in many or most areas.
Semi-Translucent - Predominantly opaque glass with some translucent glass mixed in, allowing less light to pass through the sheet or pass through in only small areas.
Opalescent - Glasses that are primarily or completely opaque, reflecting most light away but often featuring a luminescent glow when backlit depending on the specific product.