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Standard ID GB/T 36400-2018 (GB/T36400-2018)
Description (Translated English) Standard terminology of decorative glass
Sector / Industry National Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard Q33
Classification of International Standard 81.040
Word Count Estimation 14,177
Date of Issue 2018-06-07
Date of Implementation 2019-05-01
Drafting Organization Guangdong Nanliang Art Glass Technology Co., Ltd., Jiangsu Bihai Safety Glass Technology Co., Ltd., Henan Yuke Glass Technology Co., Ltd., Dongguan Yintong Glass Co., Ltd., China Architectural Glass and Industrial Glass Association
Administrative Organization National Building Glass Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC 255)
Proposing organization China Federation of Building Materials
Issuing agency(ies) State Market Supervision Administration, China National Standardization Administration

Standards related to: GB/T 36400-2018

GB/T 36400-2018
ICS 81.040
Q 33
Standard terminology of decorative glass
Issued by. State Administration for Market Regulation;
Standardization Administration of the PRC.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3 
1 Scope ... 4 
2 Sand blasting glass ... 4 
3 Chemical etching glass ... 5 
4 Laser etching ... 6 
5 Colored drawing glass ... 7 
6 Glued decorative glass ... 8 
7 Lamp glassware ... 8 
8 Melt glass ... 10 
9 Casting glass ... 10 
10 Other architectural decorative glass ... 11 
Index ... 12 
Standard terminology of decorative glass
1 Scope
This Standard defines general terminologies and product types of architectural
decorative glass, and terminologies and definitions related to the production
This Standard applies to the design, production, and application of architectural
decorative glass.
2 Sand blasting glass
2.1 Sand blasting glass
MIX the abrasive with compressed air and SPRAY onto a glass surface, to
cause the glass to be roughened and cracked, and to form a planar or concave-
convex glass product.
2.2 Sand blasting method
A process in which a glass surface is sandblasted to make it a uniform, full-
faced matte glass.
2.3 Spray method
A process in which a protective film is pasted on a glass surface, the pattern is
depicted, the contours of the pattern are cut with a burin (or cut by a computer
engraving machine), the protective film in the part which needs to be
sandblasted and etched is removed, and then the glass is put into the
sandblasting cabinet for uniform sand blasting.
2.4 Engraving method
A process in which a glass surface is engraved by sand blasting.
2.5 Shadow method
A method in which a pattern is showed by the degree and depth of sand blasting
marks on glass surface.
2.6 Texture method
4.9 Hollow-cutting
HOLLOW out the glass base plate and the scene behind the relief can be seen
from the front through the hollow, one of the cameo processes.
4.10 Cut glass
Glass products with patterns or designs formed by grinding and polishing using
various grinding tools.
5 Colored drawing glass
5.1 Colored drawing glass (pattern glass)
A glass product with patterns on its surface drawn by means of pigment spray-
painting, hand-painting, printing, transfer, etc.
5.2 Carving and painting
PASTE a protective film on sand blasting glass; according to the outline of the
pattern, USE a carving knife to cut; and then according to the color of the pattern,
PERFORM painting and coloring.
5.3 Lines colored drawing (pattern)
A process in which the embossed painting process in lacquer art is used to
make lines on glossy glass and then fill with colors.
5.4 Glass stickers
A product formed by attaching a painting or decorative material to a glass
5.5 Color printing
A process in which pictures, text, and photo information are transferred onto a
glass surface by printing form.
5.6 Seal printing
A method in which a rubber seal is used and etching cream or ink is used as
inkpad to print patterns on a glass surface.
5.7 Offset printing
An indirect printing method in which a rubber roller is used to transfer-print the
plate pattern and text onto a glass surface.
Example. If the milky white material plus the red material is stirred, it becomes pink.
7.3 Stripe stir
HEAT the glass rods of several different colors in different proportions by burner
flame, and then unevenly STIR, to form stripe between two or more colors.
Example. If a small quantity of red rods, orange rods, and milky white rods are melted,
softened, and stirred, glass with red, orange, and white stripes can be made.
7.4 Tinted glass
HEAT and MELT glass tubes (rods) of two different colors and put together, then
to PROCESS, a tinted effect can be realized.
7.5 Color points
PASTE glass blocks of one or more colors on a heated formed white product
and ENGRAVE it into a design pattern.
7.6 Winding filaments
WIND glass filaments of different colors in a certain direction and regularity on
a formed glass product, to form patterns and textures.
7.7 Lamp blown glass
HEAT and MELT a glass tube (rod) by burner heating, and USE a thermoplastic
and blowing method to stretch, bend the glass tube and blow-produce an
expanded shape, to make it a decorative glass product.
7.8 Buttons pattern
A button-shaped product formed through a special operating method by heating
a glass rod.
7.9 Flowers pattern
A flower-shaped product formed through a special operating method by heating
a glass rod.
7.10 Mushroom pattern
A mushroom-shaped product formed through a special operating method by
heating a glass rod.
7.11 Earthworm pattern
A model casting method, that is, USE lost wax method to make glass model
[Translator note. There is additional 1 name in Chinese].
10 Other architectural decorative glass
10.1 Aventurine glass
An opacified or partially transparent glass product which contains crystalline
particles and produces point-like metal reflecting luminance under light.
10.2 Crystal glass
A glass which has higher transparency, whiteness, gloss, and uniformity of
melting than ordinary ware glass [Translator note. There is additional 1 name
in Chinese].
10.3 Ice glass
APPLY special glue solution on the surface of frosted glass; DRY, BURST, and
PEEL off, to form a glass product with patterns similar to ice flowers on its
10.4 Blow molded glass
USE a metal blowpipe to draw molten glass frit to make various hollow glass
10.5 Silicone coated glass
APPLY silicone coating on a glass surface by spraying, roller coating, printing,
hand-painting, etc., to form a coated glass product with decorative and
protective effects.
10.6 Glass mosaic
A small size colored decorative finish glass. It is also known as mosaic glass or
glass mosaic tile.