Laminated Glass is a type of impact-resistant glass consisting of two or more layers bonded together with a special PVB (Poly Vinyl Butylen) film interlayer. This interlayer provides superior safety properties of laminated glass, with exceptional durability and adhesion. When broken due to strong impact, the glass adheres to the PVB film layer and typically remains in the frame, minimizing the risk of injury from sharp glass edges or flying glass shards. Laminated glass is also resistant to forced entry and external impacts, among many other outstanding benefits
|Laminated glass is safe, as the fragments of broken glass remain firmly attached to the PVB film layer and typically remain within the frame, causing no harm to people or property.||It is durable and suitable for modern, long-lasting construction projects.|
|Laminated glass provides excellent sound insulation and can reduce the need for air conditioning, leading to energy savings.||It blocks UV rays, allowing for more expansive, sunlit spaces that require less cleaning. Therefore, cleaning laminated glass doors and windows is easier and simpler.|
Characteristics of Laminated Glass
– Laminated glass tends to withstand significant impacts.
– Laminated glass is highly durable in terms of color and quality.
– Laminated glass provides sound insulation and noise reduction.
– Laminated glass can reduce the intensity of light and limit the transmission of solar energy.
– It has the ability to block up to 99% of harmful UV rays from the sun, protecting people, objects, displays, and merchandise.
Application of Laminated Glass
Thanks to its excellent properties, laminated glass is widely used in modern architecture and industry. Laminated glass is used as partitions, glass floors, doors, windows, etc. in high-rise buildings, urban areas, offices, residential buildings, hotels, etc. with special functions such as burglary resistance, fire resistance, sound insulation, thermal insulation, and UV protection. In addition, the product is also used in civil construction such as mirrors, cabinets, tables, decoration, furniture, etc. and in industry such as safety glass, automotive glass, ship glass, train glass, etc.