Glass made with tinted or screen-printed interlayers. Rice paper or other thin materials can be sandwiched between glass layers. Multiple colors can be added to the PVB interlayer itself, and any type of design can be silk-screened on, including even the halftone dot patterns of photographs.
A glazing material consisting of outer layers of glass laminated to (and held together by), and encasing, an inner layer of transparent polycarbonate film. In graphics and architecture, patterns and images can be applied to the plastic interlayer to create desired design effect.
Two sheets of glass bonded together with a laminating material, resulting in stronger, safer glass such as that used in vehicles.
Glass composed of two sheets of glass fused together with a sheet of transparent plastic between the sheets. When broken, laminated glass will generally not leave the opening.
glass panel created by uniting layers of glass in order to increase its strength.
A type of safety glass produced when a layer of vinyl or PVB is bonded between two or more pieces of glass to produce a single unit.
Safety and security glass composed of two or several sheets of glass bonded together by means of clear or coloured plastic interlayer(s).
glass made with plates of plastic or resin or other material between two sheets of glass to prevent shattering
Similar to the construction of car windshields, this technique sandwiches a piece of transparent film or plastic between two panes of glass. Typically used for safety reasons because of its resistance to shattering. Also reduce noise transmission to the interior.
Verbundsicherheitsglas VSG: An assembly of 2 or more glass layers, each of which is bonded together using a plastic film.
A safety glass that is made by taking two pieces of glass and sandwiching a piece of vinyl between the two layers.
A type of safety glass that has a layer of plastic bonded between layers of glass. Laminated glass is used mainly for windshields.
A panel of glass usually consisting of two individual panels of glass permanently bonded together with a flexible plastic interlayer.
Constructed by bonding a tough polyvinyl butyral (PVB) plastic interlayer between two pieces of glass under heat and pressure to form a single piece. Can be made of any kind of glass, but is most typically made of annealed, heat-strengthened, or tempered glass.
Specially designed glass used in automobile windshields that is comprised of layered plate glass separated by clear plastic.
Laminated glass is used in most blast-resistant and hurricane-resistant glazing. This type of glass is composed of a glass "sandwich" of two bonded lites of glass w~th a plastic interlayer between them. Laminated glass may .fracture, but fragments remair~ bonded to the interlayer and in place inside the window if properly glazed.
Two or more lites of glass bonded together with a plastic inner layer.
Laminated glass is made by bonding a tough protective layer or polyvinyl butyral (PVB) between two panes of glass under heat and pressure.
Two or more layers of glass with a transparent plastic interlayer between each pair, to which the glass adheres if broken. Used for safety glazing and sound reduction.
A glazing material consisting of outer layers of glass laminated to, and encasing, an inner layer of transparent plastic; used for automobile windshields and bulletproof glass.
Laminated glass is two pieces of glass sandwiched together with a special plastic inner layer, which glues them together, stops vibrations, blocks UV light and prevents the glass from breaking into many pieces when it is broken. When it does break, it stays together - like your car's front windshield, which is also laminated glass. IGU (Insulated Glass Unit) Dual pane window glass.
Window systems that combine two panes of glass with a plastic middle insert to create impact-resistant surfaces.
glass that is manufactured by permanently bonding two or more lites of clear, tinted, low-e, patterned, wired or reflective glass with one or more interlayers of tough, polyvinyl butyral (PVB) resin sheeting in an air autoclave under heat and pressure to create a single, solid construction.
glass that has been made by uniting layers of glass in order to increase the strength of the glass.
Two or more pieces of glass bonded together over a plastic interlayer.
This process bonds two pieces of glass permanently with a plastic interlayer of polyvinyl butyl through heat and pressure. Once bonded together, the sandwich behaves as a single piece. If broken, glass fragments adhere to the plastic interlayer rather than falling free and potentially causing injury. Laminated glass is considered a safety glass.
Glass with an interlayer of glass between two other layers of glass, all sealed together.
Laminated glass is a combination of two or more glass sheets with one or more interlayers of plastic (PVB) or resin. In case of breakage, the interlayer holds the fragments together and continues to provide resistance to the passage of persons or objects.
Two or more sheets of glass with an inner layer of transparent plastic to which the glass adheres if broken. Used for enhanced safety and security, as well as sound reduction.
Two or more lights of glass permanently bonded together with one or more inter-layers.
A type of safety glass comprising of two pieces of glass with a clear vinyl interlay. This glass may break under impact, but typically remains integral. Splinters and sharp fragments adhere to the interlay. Laminated glass is ideal for area's where someone might fall against the glass, or to prevent forced entry.
Multiple sheets of glass bonded together by a bonding interlayer.
Layers of plate glass that have plastic sheeting between the layers, which adheres to the glass so that, if broken, it will remain in one piece.
Laminated glass is a type of safety glass that holds together when . In the event of breaking, it is held in place by an interlayer, typically of PVB, between its two or more layers of glass. The interlayer keeps the layers of glass bonded even when broken, and its high strength prevents the glass from breaking up into large sharp pieces.