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Oversized glass in new maximum size

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Panes of up to 72 square meters: with a maximum format of 3.60 x 20 meters, sedak sets the new standard for oversized glass.

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Panes of up to 72 square meters: with a maximum format of 3.60 x 20 meters, sedak sets the new standard for oversized glass.


sedak extends production limit to a width of 3.60 meters


sedak now presents transparency in a larger maximum size, achieving a new milestone in glass processing: the technological leader for large-format functional glass now manufactures panes up to 3.60 meters wide. This makes insulation and safety glass with areas of up to 72 square meters possible. 

The new format extends the freedom of design and the transparency of façades; the glass als fulfills the highest requirements on quality and appearance. Even when coated glass is used, the maximum format is impressive: panes of up to 3.21 x 19.45 meters are possible. As a full-service supplier, sedak supports its customers with trouble-free transport to the installation location and works in partnership with architects, fabricators and investors from the planning to the installation. 

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