Laminated glass is made of two or more panes of glass that are “sandwiched” together by a layer of plastic, or PVB (polyvinyl butyral). The plastic comes in varying sizes and can be clear or tinted. This interlayer will keep the glass panes alongside one another even when fractured.

One of the most notable characteristic of laminated glass is that when it shatters, the broken glass sticks to the plastic rather than scatter into bits and pieces.

For vehicle windshields, the glass must be sufficient enough to endure the harsh elements and wayward debris, and furthermore protecting the vehicle’s passengers. This is why laminated glass is the best type of glass for windshields.

For others applications, this particular glass is specified where broken glass has a higher chance of landing on and injuring someone. Windshields, sky lights, and several side car or truck door windows utilize this style of glass.

Here’s a number of other uses of our Safety Laminated Glass :

  • Canopies
  • Ceilings
  • Laboratory & Research Facilities
  • Architectural Use
  • Side panels & partitions

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