Definitions for "Laminated Glass"
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.