Laminated Glass

laminated glass consists of a tough plastic interlayer made of Polyvinyl Butyral (PVB) bonded together between two panes of glass under heat and pressure. Once sealed together, the glass "sandwich" behaves as a single unit and looks like normal glass. Annealed, heat strengthened or tempered glass can be used to produce laminated glass. Similar to the glass in car windshields, laminated glass may crack upon impact, but the glass fragments tend to adhere to the plastic interlayer rather than falling free and potentially causing injury.

Laminated glass is the only glass to provide durability, high-performance and multi-functional benefits while at the same time preserving the aesthetic appearance of the glass. Laminated glass furnishes solutions to many architectural design problems and offers increased protection from the effects of disasters such as hurricane, earthquake and bomb blast.

laminated glass is available in a standard range of PVB colours from a translucent white to transparent tints and solid opaque colours. For the architectural and interior design market, special coloured and decorative graphic interlayers (VANCEVA Design Laminated Glass) can be introduced to encourage new design possibilities.

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Safety: When subjected to human impact, bond between the glass and the interlayer combine to absorb the force of the impact. Should the glass break, resulting fragments will remain intact, firmly adhered to the PVB interlayer. In this way, it reduces serious injury.


Breakage Pattern Of Laminated Glass

Security: offers greater protection for people and property. Let's say if the glass gets hit by a hammer or brick. The interlayer will resist penetration ensuring any attempt to enter the premises will be slow and noisy.
Sound Reduction: PVB interlayer acts as a good insulator of sound, so in many instances laminated glass is often overlooked as an acoustic glass.
Heat and glare control: While it is desirable to allow more neutral light into our homes and buildings, more light means more heat entering the interior. Laminated glass with a tinted PVB film can reduce heat gain by absorbing this radiated heat while simultaneously cutting down the amount of glare. Benefits- lower costs associated with cooling the interior.

Range of Tinted PVB

UV Elimination: PVB interlayer filters the sun, eliminating up to 99% of UV rays while allowing the important visible light to enter.

Link Glass: has its own Laminating Line in China to local & International orders.

Areas Of Usage:

Overhead glazing, for example skylights, glass roofs, canopies and ceilings.
Places where safety is necessary like schools, office buildings, hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, public walkways, hospitals, libraries, museums, churches, airport terminals, residences, apartment buildings, sports stadiums, shower screens, entrances, side panels and partitions.
High security places, for example banks, teller and drive-through windows, ticket windows, gas stations, currency exchanges, armoured vehicles, jewellery shops and burglar-resistant showcases.
Places that require total security system to provide an effective physical barrier between inmates, patients or animals and the outside. Typical applications include animal observatory windows, aquarium, correctional facilities, jails, psychiatric hospitals, police stations and other high security applications such as embassies, control centers and sensitive research centers.
Decorative claddings in applications like building facades, structural glazing, insulating glass units and wall claddings.

Thickness :2mm-25mm

Max size:2440mmx3660mm