A thermal process that bonds two or more sheets of glass using a film. This film prevents the glass from shattering completely when broken, thereby safeguarding bystanders from injuries and hindering break-ins. Various thicknesses of glass can be used for lamination.
- Impact resistance
- Break-in protection
- Enhanced sound insulation
- Enhanced thermal insulation (both cold and heat)
- Transparent, colored, or matte film
- Transparent or opaque printing
- Acoustic film
- Metal mesh
- Smart film
Laminated glass boasts superior mechanical strength and higher resistance to impacts. In the event of a breakage, the shards remain adhered to the special EVA lamination film, enhancing safety.
Laminated glass provides excellent sound insulation, making it a suitable choice for offices located on noisy streets. Its sound insulation capacity is notably higher than that of monolithic glass of the same thickness.
The special EVA lamination film incorporated in the glass filters UV rays and significantly improves heat and cold insulation, making it an energy-efficient choice.
|Max. size (mm)||Min. size (mm)||Min. size for round glass (mm)|
|Not tempered glass||5000×2500||100×100||250|
|With printing||2400×4800||100×100 not tempered glass|
240×100 tempered glass
*Dimensions vary based on the thickness of the glass; please inquire individually for specific requests.
Laminated glass is used in railings, showcases, facades, partitions, elevators, and canopies where enhanced safety is a priority.