Laminated Safety Glass
Laminated glass is manufactured by bonding two or more layers of glass together with layers of PVB, under heat and pressure, to create a single sheet of glass. When broken, the PVB interlayer keeps the layers of glass bonded and prevents it from breaking apart. The interlayer can also give the glass a higher sound insulation rating.
Features And Applications
Laminated glass does not shatter like ordinary glass. The tough, clear interlayer absorbs impact, resists penetration and remains intact even if broken, holding glass fragments in place and lowering the risk of injury.
As global building standards increasingly specify stricter safety requirements, especially for overhead glazing where any breakage could mean a major hazard from falling glass, laminated glass provides a convenient, comprehensive solution.
1. External use of SKYLIGHT, windows, doors, shopfronts and curtain walls in offices, houses, shops, high-rise buildings, etc.
2. Interior glass screens, partitions, balustrades, etc.
3. Shop display decorations, lighting, etc.
4. Furniture, table-tops, etc.