About Safe Glass

OVERVIEW

WHO ARE WE?

Founded in 2013, SAFE GLASS is a destination for any kind of glass that is safe, aesthetic and aligned with your requisites. We source high quality glass from partners we trust, to process the best quality glass at your service.

SAFE GLASS is promoted by Swastik Safety Glass Pvt. Ltd. (Hosur), Safe Glass India (Bangalore) and Prashanth Marketing, Bangalore. The promoters have over 20 years of successful experience in manufacturing & distribution of Toughened Glass in South India. The group has vast experience in flat and bend toughened glass used extensively in automotive and architectural purpose. We manufacture and specialize in Laminated Glass, Double Glazed Glass, Raw bend glass and Frosted glass. We also deal in Reflective glass, Lacquered glass and Tinted glasses of all kind.

We have the most trusted technology in horizontal tempering plant from M/s North Glass and the state of the art integrated horizontal glass tempering plant with European technology from M/s Saint Gobain Seva (France) for your service. The tempering machines along with several other such quality machines offer you the best quality product as per your requirement. Our brand is ARAI, ASRTU and ISO certified.

OUR FACTORIES ARE LOCATED AT:

  • Nayandahalli, Bangalore
  • Kumbalgodu, Bangalore
  • Denkanikottai Road, Hosur

“Come be a part of our journey. We strongly believe in supporting and creating meaningful relationships with those around us.”

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

We at Safe Glass completely understand our Social Responsibility towards Mother Earth, Our Employees and the Society as a whole and we ensure we keep living up to the same by running various campaigns for the same.

Inventing and Promoting Sustainable Buildings

Limiting Environmental Impact

Encouraging Employees Professional Growth

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Announcing our Latest Offering :

Ceramic Glass

Ceramic Printing is a permanent printing solution which adds aesthetics and purpose to a normal glass. The desired color and pattern are printed on glass followed by heat treatment which fuses the ink into glass thereby making the layer a single permanent structure.