Laminated Glass 


Laminated glass is a form of high performing safety glass, comprised of two or more plies of glass held together with a polyvinyl butyral interlayer (PVB) in between. The infusion of PVB and glass results in the glass being stuck onto the PVB interlayer even when damaged or broken.  Safety, high visual light transmittance, great thermal properties, excellent acoustic attributes and ultra-violet protection are some of the features that results in laminated glass being prominently used on shop fronts, high end residential and commercial buildings, motor vehicles, ships, and airplanes.

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