Laminated Glass

It consists of 2 or more layers of glass, permanently combined with heat and pressure by placing a hard preservative called polyvinyl butral (PVB) between them. Once the glasses are combined, they look and act like a single glass panel.

Laminated Glass includes the risks of injury, parts in place in case of breakage. Laminated Glass provides security of life and property against dangers such as theft or attack. Laminated glass provides a longer UV retention of the natural colors of the items.

Laminated Glass;

* UV Control

*Sound insulation


features can be applied in the following areas of use.

  • Curtain walling,
  • Windows,
  • Overhead glazing,
  • Internal partitions,
  • Balustrades,
  • Doors,
  • Interior fittings,
  • Areas of high pedestrian traffic, museums & art galleries where UV protection is necessary,
  • Areas where improved acoustic performance is a requirement.
  • Passageways with busy pedestrian traffic