obscure glass

obscure glass

[əb′skyu̇r ′glas]
(materials)
Translucent glass.

obscure glass

A glass that has one or both faces acid-etched or sandblasted to obscure vision. See also: Glass

obscure glass, visionproof glass

Translucent sheet glass, usually having one face roughened.
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Solar modules located in coastal areas are at greater risk of performance degradation and shorter lifespan due to the effect of salt mist, which can obscure glass and corrode components such as frames and junction boxes.
Application ref: 12/0175/FPD Date received: March 15, 2012 Address: 18 Chaucer Close, Billingham Proposal: Removal of existing landing window to side of house and formation of larger window containing Grade 4 obscure glass.
A garage, with up and over door, and a heated, ceramic tile floored basement, lit by a double-glazed obscure glass window, occupy the lower ground floor.
Aluminum-trimmed obscure glass cabinets and stainless elements are scattered strategically throughout the kitchen.
The entrance hall is entered via a wooden door with obscure glass panels, and has a textured and coved ceiling and stairs to first floor.
There is a second bedroom or study and a bathroom with more mirrored wall panels and obscure glass blocks.
For bathrooms or other places where privacy is a concern, obscure glass is available.
It incorporates obscure glass shading discs and sprung on/off pulls, which beautifully express the act of electrical connection, terminated with single chandelier crystals.
If you have any yellow-colored obscure glass in your windows (usually found at the entry), call your local glass shop and have them changed out immediately to clear glass.
In addition to a selection of rich woods, such as mahogany and teak, alternative materials, such as stainless steel or obscure glass, add a sleek and modern touch.