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Applications of Laminated Glass:

Laminated glass is widely used in manufacturing and automotive industries and in a variety of commercial and residential applications because of its safety, security, sound abatement and solar control characteristics. In glass skylights, sunspaces, sloped glazing installations and curtain walls, there is always the possibility of glass breakage. This is why many building codes worldwide use laminated glass for overhead glazing. It is used in schools, hospitals, hotels and office buildings, and wherever there are sound control requirements.

Lami Glass as Bulletproof Glass:

1.Art Galleries

2.Liquor Stores

3.Jewelry Shops

4.Schools

5.Churches

6.Banks

7.Government Buildings

8.Cash Counter of Stores

9.Post Offices

10.Combat or Security Vehicles



Why use laminated glass?

 

Overview of Laminated Glass

Laminated glass regard as, "Safety glass", consist of two or more panes of glass with one or more layers of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) sandwiched between them and treated. The glass panes can be basic float glass or tempered or heat strengthened panel.

Manufacturing Proces

The raw glass is scrubbed clean to remove any impurities, after which the first sheet of quality float glass is fed along the laminating line. A PVB interlayer is drawn over the first sheet of glass and a second sheet of glass is then placed on.

Primary Uses

Typically, laminated glass is used where there is a safety or security risk. The safety risk can be due to the glazing situation, low level glazed areas and areas surrounding entrance ways and doors and additionally in overhead or roof glazing.

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