Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is produced by bonding two or more sheets of glass with one or more interlayers film, under heat and pressure. When broken, the glass does not shatter nor fall out of its frame and will therefore continue to provide protection. Its fragments remains firmly bonded to the interlayer film, minimizing the risk of injury to people and properties. It is classified as safety glass. The interlayer film could be made of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) or Ethyl-Vinyl Acetate (EVA) or eveb interlaid with cured resin.

Laminated glass blocks incoming UV radiation into the building thus preventing the deterioration and fading of curtains and fabrics.
Applications: Overhead glazing, skylights, glass roofs, glass floors, stairs, canopies, balustrades, car windshields, safety glass, etc.
Availability: laminated glass is available in its annealed form or tempered laminated for additional strength and safety.