Laminated (or compound) safety glass consists of two or more panes (usually float glass) which are joined with a viscous plastic layer. The solid joining of the glasses occurs in a pressurized vessel called an autoclave where, under simultaneous heating of the pre-processed ‘sandwich,’ the lamination takes place. When laminated, safety glass breaks but the broken pieces of glass stick to the internal tear-resistant plastic layer. The pieces do not break away, so the broken sheet remains transparent.

Sizes and Specifications

  • 4mm 40×60 in
  • 6mm 72×96 in
  • 6mm 84×180 in
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