Laminated Glass is a leading standard in today's market due to its various properties of safety, sound reduction, and energy efficiency.
The process of making a laminated sheet of glass involves the binding of two pieces of heat-treated glass with an interlayer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB). The three pieces are layered and sealed by a series of pressure rollers and then heated, creating a mechanical bond of adhesive PVB and a chemical bond of oxygen – from which laminated glass gets its superior strength. Once the glass and PVB are bonded, the laminated glass is processed through a thorough wash of chemical water and sent to the autoclave for final hardening.
All our lamination lines are in rigidly controlled environments containing dehumidifiers and vacuums ensuring that the glass is not contaminated by any specs of dust or outside elements that may compromise the integrity of our lamination products.
Our facility is equipped to produce Laminated Glass of sizes up to 112” by 240”, with varying layers of thickness up to 4” of thickness. We provide an assorted variety of different coats and colors.
by Kuraray Co., Ltd.
SentryGlass ® is leading the charge when it comes to interlayer material, up to five times stronger and up to 100 times stiffer traditional laminating materials. SentryGlass® interlayer was designed with impact windows and doors in mind, offering the optimal product for our laminating lines.
Trosifol ® is known in the industry for its high quality as a very reliable and stable product. Trosifol PVB is widely used in construction sites worldwide.