About laminated glass introduction

About laminated glass introduction

Laminated glass is a type of safety glass that has revolutionized the field of architectural design and construction. It is composed of two or more layers of glass bonded together with an interlayer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) or ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) film. This unique construction provides laminated glass with exceptional strength and safety features. In the event of breakage, the interlayer holds the glass fragments together, preventing them from scattering and reducing the risk of injury. Laminated glass also offers excellent sound insulation properties, reducing noise transmission from the outside environment. Additionally, it provides protection against harmful UV radiation, minimizing fading of interior furnishings and protecting occupants from the sun's harmful rays. The versatility, durability, and enhanced safety of laminated glass make it an ideal choice for various applications, including windows, doors, skylights, balustrades, and even automotive windshields.

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Laminated glass has the following attributes:

Structure: laminated glass consists of multiple glass layers bonded together using heat and pressure, along with one or more plastic interlayer layers such as polyvinyl butyrate (PVB), ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA), or thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU). The thicknesses of these glass layers may differ and their interlayer material could include PVB, EVA or TPU depending on its material properties.

Safety: Laminated glass offers unparalleled safety features to avoid fragments from scattering after its pieces break, sticking securely to an intermediate layer when broken and remaining out of harm's way. Laminated glass also can protect people against natural threats like hurricanes, explosions or forced invasions while meeting various industry specifications and standards regarding safety glass.

Sound insulation: Laminate glass offers effective noise pollution reduction due to its middle layer's ability to absorb sound waves and enhance acoustic isolation performance, making laminated glass ideal for residential and commercial properties that need reduced noise pollution levels, such as airports, highways or railways.

Anti-UV: These panels block ultraviolet radiation to shield people and objects in a room from damage from sunrays. Their middle layers may be transparent or colored for various degrees of shading effect.

Beautiful: laminated glass offers an abundance of colors and styles to meet the design requirements and preferences of different interior spaces. Additionally, laminated glass may also be combined with other forms of glass such as coated, printed and tinted varieties in order to enhance appearance and performance.

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There are many advantages to laminated glass, including its safety, security, and energy efficiency. Laminated glass is much harder to break than regular glass, making it an ideal choice for areas where safety is a concern. 

Laminated glass is made by pasting PVB (polyvinyl butyral) resin glue film between two or more pieces of glass sheet, then heating, pressing and bonding them together to create flat or curved compound glass product.

This is because not only is laminated glass much stronger than normal annealed glass and will not easily break but on the rare occasion that it does break, it will not shatter into sharp shards but the glass pieces will stick together forming a spider web-like pattern, thereby reducing chances of serious injuries.

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