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1919/8 Cuneis

The Basic range offers a large variety of decors that enrich the design of a wall with dynamism and special light effects.

The designer has a choice of 19 glass designs of great variety and elegance which can be associated and freely combined with the "basic" wavy and smooth glass blocks.

Each 1919/8 glass block must be installed with a minimum space of 1 cm and can be used in combination with the other glass blocks in the Basic Line, such as Coloured and Special Pieces.

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Exotic glass designs:Clear 1919/8 SambaClear 1919/8 MarinaClear 1919/8 MayaClear 1919/8 DigonaClear 1919/8 Inca
"Plus" options:
Energy Saving
Energy Saving
Energy Saving glass blocks effectively reduces the thermal transmittance of the glass block up to 50%.
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Self Cleaning
Self Cleaning
New self-cleaning technology reduces cleaning and maintenance costs.
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Solar Reflecting
Solar Reflecting
Solar-reflecting glass block is made with protective cover films for applications to reduce overheating.
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Technical data:
Dimensions:
19x19x8 cm
Weight
2,25 Kg
N. Pieces/m2:
25 pcs./m²
N. Pieces/Box:
10
N. Pieces/Pallet:
360
NOTE:
Seves Glassblock does not take any responsibility for handling of product´s waste after delivery to final destination.
Non-usable glass blocks and/or waste originated from glass blocks should be handled or recycled according to regulation of appropriate local authority.
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Unlimited creativity and style with a large variety of declinations of glass designs.
Geometrical, decorative and exotic patterns: a range of modern, artistic or symmetrical designs created to realize highly diverse and personalized ambiences that play with natural light.

Playful, dancing shapes, forms that arrange and rearrange themselves suggestively: discover a variety of designs to realize highly diverse and personalized ambiences with effects like striking identifying marks, symbols, and geometries that determine the flow and direction of light.
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