string(959) "Pacific Glass Corp started as a traditional importer and dealer of glass products in the 50’s. In the mid-90’s, the company decided to expand its product line by venturing into glass processing services. In 1995, Pacific Glass introduced Profiles, the first and still the only locally branded line of ready-to-install mirrors, shelves and accessories. Since breaking ground by introducing the first computerized glass engraving machine in the Philippines, it has added a whole range of other services such as water jet cutting and tempering (branded as CORE). Among its other subsequent innovations are the Graphicote glass color coating systems, Opus glass boards, and Prestige copper and lead free mirrors. And now, Pacific Glass is once again proud to pioneer the introduction of digital printing on glass through it's latest brand, Dipcote." Contact Details
ADDRESS Sheridan St. near cor. Reliance Street
Mandaluyong City 1550, Philippines
NUMBER Tel: (+632) 631-8221 to 23; (+632) 631 - 5153; (+632) 631-5114
Globe: (+63917) 831-8222; Sun: (+63922) 866-3091 | Fax: (+632) 631 – 2215
  • Edge Polishing

    Sharp edges of the glass are polished and smoothened.

    Edge Polishing
  • Bevelling

    Angles & slants along edges are created by passing the glass through a series of precise grinding wheels.

    Max. bevel angle: 45º (V-cut)
    Min. bevel width: 1/4”
    Max. bevel width: 1-1/2”
(depending on shape)

  • Drilling

    Process wherein holes are drilled onto the glass with computerized precision.

  • Sandblasting, Frosting
    and Etching

    Process of creating frosted patterns or designs by spraying fine abrasives at high velocities over glass surfaces.

    Sandblasting, Frosting  and Etching
  • Tempering

    Subjecting glass to extreme thermal conditions to make it four times stronger than normal.

  • Waterjet Cutting

    High pressure water stream is used to cut glass into any shape with utmost precision and accuracy.

    Waterjet Cutting
  • Milling with Polishing

    Process by which certain shapes can be cut out of a sheet of glass or mirror and the inner edges polished.

    Milling with Polishing
Pacific Glass Corporation