Laminated Glass Properties
Laminated glass has the quality of holding together when shattered. In the event of breaking, it is held in place by an interlayer, between its two or more layers of glass.
Laminated Glass Applications
Widely used as a safety glass, laminated glass is created by combining one or more layers of PVB through heating and pressing processes. It is ideal for blast-resistant windshields, armored vehicle glass, and machining equipment viewing windows.
Plastic inter-layers in laminated glass make its cutting difficult. Cincinnati Gasket & Industrial Glass capabilities include the development and processing of laminated glass to meet the needs and specifications of a broad application range.
Laminated glass features include:
- Good sound insulation
- High safety performance
- Ultraviolet radiation prevention
- Sun filtering
- Water pressure resistant