Laminated glass is bonding two layers or more glass using heat and pressure with one or more inter layers sheets of POLYVINYL BUTYRAL (P.V.B) The result is a though adaptable glazing material that offer outstanding features to meet a wide variety of design challenges. Laminated glass provides strength, duty, durability and clarity to meet design needs long lasting and versatile. It is the only glazing material that combines the strength of glass with thickness of plastic.
Depending on design needed laminated glass can be made with sheets of annealed, tempered, or heart strengthened glass. It is easy to replace and provide important structural performance features and benefits such as:
Laminated glass with P.V.B inters layers resist penetration from impacts. When broken, the glass adheres to the P.V.B inter layer remaining relatively harmless unlike ordinary glass which may crate dangerous sharps.
- Sound Control
Laminated glass significantly reduces noise transmission. The viscoelastic properties of the P.V.B inter layer provides a dumping effect on unwanted noise.
- Energy Control
The use of laminated glass with tinted inter layer reduces
Heat gain from sunlight and can help reduce energy costs.
- UV Control
The (P.V.B) inter layer provides control of UV rays that
Damage draperies, art, furnishing, etc…
Laminated glass if broken either naturally or internationally made by man will remain in its frame and prevent damage to building interiors .the possibility of glass splinter is reduced and will protect people both inside and outside.