LAMINATED GLASS

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LAMINATION MODELS

Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is two or more lites (pieces) of glass permanently bonded together with one or more plastic interlayers (PVB) using heat and pressure. The glass and interlayers can be a variety of colors and thickness designed to meet building code standards and requirements as necessary. Laminated glass can be broken but the fragments will tend to adhere to the plastic layers and remain largely intact, reducing risk of injury. Laminated glass is considered ‘safety glass” because it meets the requirements of the various code organizations that set standards for safety. Heat-strengthened and tempered glass can be incorporated into laminated glass units to further strengthen the impact resistance. Hurricane resistance, the need for bomb blast protection, sound attenuation and ballistic or forced-entry security concerns are all primary uses for laminated glass.

PVB membrane has good tenacity performance and when the laminated glass breaks due to violent force, the PVB will absorb large amount of impact energy and disperse it rapidly. Therefore, it is hard to break the laminated glass and the shape of the glass may be maintained even if being broken.

Benefits: laminated glass provides durability, high-performance and multi-functional benefits and at the same time preserves the aesthetic appearance of glass. Laminated glass provides a solution to many architectural design problems and offers increased protection from the effects of disasters such as hurricane, earth quake and bomb blasts, is suitably designed.

Acoustic Laminated Glass

Acoustic laminated glass consists of two or more sheets of glass, bonded together with one or more acoustic interlayers. Acoustic glass considerably reduces outside noise, especially near busy areas such as motorways, main roads and airports. When used in overhead or roof glazing, double glazing window also provides insulation from rain impact noise. It can be used for interior sound insulation needs, such as office partitions and meeting rooms.

Note: Glass structure and composition determines the sound reduction an Acoustic Laminated Glass can deliver.

Colored Laminated Glass

Color laminated glass is an almost inexhaustible range of colored laminated glasses, comprising at least two sheets of glass, bondedtogether with a colored PVB interlayer. Using any combination of the basic colors films, virtually any color either translucent or transparent can be created. The colored films absorb solar heat energy to different degrees. Offers total flexibility, providing the personal touch for unique colors and aesthetics. Affords different levels of translucency for visual screening.

LED Laminated Glass

Color laminated glass is an almost inexhaustible range of colored laminated glasses, comprising at least two sheets of glass, bonded together with a colored PVB interlayer. Using any combination of the basic colors films, virtually any color either translucent or transparent can be created. The colored films absorb solar heat energy to different degrees. Offers total flexibility, providing the personal touch for unique colors and aesthetics. Affords different levels of translucency for visual screening.

Decorative Laminated Glass

Decorative laminated glass offers a wide range of colors, textures and patterns to blend with the design environment creating a unique finish unmatched by any other means. As a laminated glass, it adheres to the interlayer when broken upon impact, thus reducing the risk of serious injury.

Fabric Laminated Glass

Fabric lamination gives you the opportunity to encapsulate a rich selection of fabrics within protective glass layers. Using regular woven cloth, delicately constructed textile or printed fabrics combines the beauty, color and textures of the fabric with the structural strength and practicality of glass.

Metal Laminated Glass

Metal meshes from finely woven gauzes to thickly braided weaves and decoratively etched metal foils, offers an innovative range of structural design possibilities. These materials allow the transparency, rigidity and structural qualities when laminated in-between two or more layers of glass. This will give decorative and aesthetic qualities of the metal weaves and meshes.

Glass Laminated Wire mesh is an exciting choice for wall partitioning. Partition walls of Stainless Steel wire mesh offer a versatile solution and varying open meshes can provide you with semi-transparency, high-transparency or opaqueness. Backlighting or front lighting or the mesh screens will make it transparent or opaque.

Digital Printed Laminated Glass

Digital Printed laminating can be created by laminating any image between two or more sheets of annealed or even toughened glass it can create a translucent or opaque glass feature suitable for a huge range of applications. These typically include screens, partitions, signs, canopies and balustrades, but virtually any applications for glass can be given a unique look with digitally printed laminates. Lamination and interlayer technology can turn your image into stunning glass features, opening up a world of design possibilities.