Verre Industrie manufactures for aeronautics :

Inside the aircraft: – windshield components – glasses for avionics equipment – glasses for backlit buttons (BNL – glasses for reading light – glasses for interior window – substrates for mirrors – glass for partition walls – glasses for lighting systems Outside the aircraft: – lighting and signaling glasses – sight glasses and level glasses for hydraulic and fuel circuits …

Gorilla® Glass, the XXL thin glass

Gorilla® Glass is the only thin aluminosilicate glass on the market available in large sheets. It enables Verre Industrie to manufacture large parts for the aeronautics and electronics industries (screen protection). We are increasingly being asked to produce special projects in the automotive and marine sectors. When is your next Gorilla® Glass project?  

Paris 2024, Verre Industrie in the race

Verre Industrie has been selected for architectural projects and infrastructure equipment for the upcoming Paris 2024 Olympic Games. For example, we are supplying dichroic filters for the lighting of the renovated Grand Palais, and glass for access control systems at Olympic sites. We are at your disposal to advise and manufacture all types of technical glass parts for your lighting, …

Unusual application: kaleidoscope glass

Invented in 1817, the kaleidoscope continues to fascinate young and old with its ability to generate an infinite variety of shapes and colors. It’s made up of small glass pieces and mirrors. Verre Industrie is proud to be a supplier to one of the last remaining artisan kaleidoscope manufacturers. We are passionate about all your developments, no matter how extraordinary. …

Verre Industrie and the Fred & Fred lens: an innovative collaboration to rethink lighting

Verre Industrie, experts in glass processing, and Fred & Fred, designers of the eponymous optical lens, offer unique lighting solutions for an aesthetic, modern and high-performance result.   The molded glass lens adapts to standard spotlights, providing diffused, homogeneous light with no halo or streak effect. This patented technology makes it possible to create unprecedented lighting ambiences, both soft and …

Portrait of the month

Claire, a true pillar of the company, joined Verre Industrie more than 30 years ago. After working in cutting, then accompanying the arrival of numerically controlled machines, she has held the position of team leader for several years. Recognized for her managerial and human qualities, she puts all her experience at the service of production.  

Did you know that?

Around 80% of screens broadcasting passenger information in train stations in France are equipped with Verre Industrie glass. We meet optical, mechanical and EMI protection requirements with custom-made solutions. Entrust us with your requests