Laminated glass

Laminated glass consists of two or more layers of glass, which are joined together by plastic film.
If such a glass breaks, the fragments will not be scattered because the film keeps them together.
Laminated glass is used in glass elevators, for balustrades, stairs or balcony parapets in order to
avoid falling from high altitudes, or as dividing walls, glass roofs or roof windows in industrial
enterprises and offices.

  • Indistinguishable from monolithic glass of the same thickness
  • Breakes safely with broken pieces of glass remaining bonded to the interlayer
    reducing the risk of cutting and piercing injuries
  • Resists penetration providing a barrier preventing people or objects passing
    through the glass
  • If glazed correctly laminated glass will normally remain in the frame after
    breakage maintaining the integrity of the building and continuing to provide
    the normal functions required from a window
  • Can provide security from vandalism, deliberate physical attack end even from
  • Improved levels of noise reduction
  • Provides protection from damaging UV light
  • Wide range of types to meet many different design requirements


  • In all types of curtain walling and window systems
  • Overhead glazings and skylights
  • Glazed areas at risk accidental human impact
  • Balustrades or glazed areas protecting a difference in levels
  • Areas at risk from vandalism
  • Areas requiring security from attack
  • Glazed floors
  • Floor to ceiling glazing
  • Doors, furniture and partitions
  • Aquaria
  • Noise reduction glazing
  • UV-control to reduce fading of fabrics and materials

For more information about tehnical possibilities and types of laminated glasses please contact us
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