Prism glass

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1.Glass with one side smooth and the other side formed into sharp-edged ridges so as to reflect the light that passes through, used at windows to throw the light into the interior.
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Tenders are invited for Bulk Head Fitting Heavy Duty Foot Board Light Made Out Of Epoxy White Powder Coated Die Cast Aluminium Alloy Body Heat Resistant Prismatic Glass Cover Fixed To The Housing With Specially Designed Weather Proof Gasket And Guard With Esc Type E16 Holder, Side Entry With 19 Mm Dia.
In addition, the new LED wall packs feature a clear glass lens, maximizing the light output from the CREE chips and improving the efficacy of the wall pack as compared to a traditional wall pack with prismatic glass lens.
Prismatic glass and bone china work wonderfully in country-style kitchens, metallic pendants give an industrial flavour and brightly painted pendants bring an often-needed pop of colour.
The very top assembly integrates a prismatic glass cover with decorative final for tool-less entry into the optical chamber, and the internal LED stalk design offers light control and thermal management.
Two thousand clear prismatic glass panels designed by architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, an elegant way of disguising the 185-foot tall concrete base of 1 World Trade Center, have proved difficult to manufacture at the scale necessary for the building, according to the New York Times.
The product quality at Heliene exceeds most of the players in the industry, according to Pochtaruk: "Although we can make 60-cell panels, we typically make a larger 72 cell product and always use thicker, prismatic glass, both which translate into higher efficiency results for our customers.
Wilmette Lighting's Holophane prismatic glass pisces are now available in amber glass.
It features a complementary mix of brown leather seating, neutral wall colours, natural walnut finishes, dramatic chandeliers and prismatic glass to create a light and contemporary atmosphere.
Norman Foster has made his long-delayed New York debut with a prismatic glass office tower that enlivens the congested skyline of mid Manhattan and reunites the scattered offices of the Hearst publishing corporation.
We like the prismatic glass reflector on the Retailer luminaire because we feel it is more attractive than an acrylic reflector," says Erdman.
The lighting system installed is a combination of prismatic glass and fluorescent fixtures from Holophane Corp.
There are others artfully arranged throughout the rooms whose stories Howser doesn't know: mesh cones, two tall square columns that look like old furnaces with prismatic glass in them, three huge bronze rings, a metal piece that resembles spider's legs.