The Flat Glass Market size was valued at USD 105.98 billion in 2020 and is predicted to reach
USD 197.59 billion by 2030 with a CAGR of 6.2% from 2021-2030. Flat glass, also known as
plate or sheet glass is manufactured by pouring the molten glass from a furnace into a
chamber that contains a bed of molten tin. The atmosphere inside the chamber is carefully
controlled during this process. It spreads 90 to 140 inches wide at a thickness determined at
the time of manufacture. Flat glass is also produced via controlled chemical and thermal
reactions to ensure toughness in its structure. Despite this, flat glass is highly customizable
and flexible once it is made. Flat glasses are widely used in the consumer goods, building &
construction, solar, and automotive industries, in applications such as solar panels, furniture,
windshields, glass tabletops, transparent walls, wall mirrors, car mirrors, glass doors, and
building facades among others. Flat glass is not only used for enhancing attractiveness of
buildings, but it is also used as a technical and safety requirement in some applications like
soundproof glazing, heat insulation, and as a resistance to UV.
Market Segmentations and Scope of the Study:
The flat glass market has been segmented based on type, raw material, end-use, and
geography. Based on type, the market is bifurcated into basic float glass, toughened glass,
coated glass, laminated glass, insulated, extra clear glass, and others. Based on raw material
the market is divided into sand, soda ash, recycled glass, dolomite, limestone, and others.
Based on end-use, the market is classified into construction, automotive, solar, electronics,
and others. The construction segment is further classified into new, refurbishment, and interior.
Under automotive, the market is sub-segment into OEM, and aftermarket. Geographic
breakdown and analysis of each of the aforesaid segments includes regions comprising of
North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and RoW.
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