Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is two or more panes of glass with one or more layers of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) sandwiched between them and treated. This sandwich has some unique advantages. The outer glass surfaces are hard and transparent but are strongly bonded to a transparent rubber like material on the inner surfaces of the sandwich. The glass panes can be basic float glass or tempered or heat strengthened panels. If the glass is broken, fragments remain strongly adhered to the PVB inter layer there by nearly eliminating therisk of injury from glass and helping to resist further impact or weather damageas it does not generally fallout of the fixing.The most common use of laminated glass is for the front windscreens of all cars.

Best quality Laminated glass is made by PVB with autoclaving technology.


Laminated glass doesn't shatter like ordinary glass. It absorbsimpact, resists penetration, and remains intact even if broken, holding glass fragments in place and lowering the riskofinjury.
The rise in urban crime and terrorism also points to laminated glass as increasingly desirable as a material of construction. Laminated glass resists intrusion because the interlayer continues to safeguard the building even afterthe glass itself is broken.
Sound Reduction
Laminated glass is an excellent barrier to noise.The sheer damping performance of the plastic inter layer makes laminated glass an effective sound control product.This makes it ideal for airports, hotels, data- processing centres, recording studios, and any building near airports, highways, ortrain lines.
UV Control
Ultra violet light is the leading cause of deterioration and fading of furnishings, pictures, and fabrics. Laminated glass screens out 99% of the sun damaging rays, protecting interior furnishing, displays or merchandise from fading effects of UV radiation.
Earthquakes & Natural Disaster Protection
Earthquakes often produce a fallout of extremely dangerous shards of broken glass. But laminated glass remains in the frame, maintaining a protective envelope around the home or building.
Laminated glass retains its colour and strength for the life of the building.

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