What is Laminated Glass?
Laminated Glass is a type of glass that can be used for various purposes. It consists of permanently bonding two or more layers of glass with heat and pressure, placing a hard protective material called polyvinyl butral (PVB) between them. After glazing is joined, it looks and behaves like a single pane of glass.
It is a type of glass produced for safety purposes because, as it is broken, the PVB interlayer holds the glass pieces and prevents them from dispersing and breaking into large sharp pieces. In addition, thanks to its damping effect, it improves the sound insulation of the glass and blocks 99% of UV rays. Laminated glass can be produced from heat strengthened, TEMPERED or CURVED glass.