Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is a type of safety glass that consists of two or more layers of glass bonded together with a layer of plastic or resin. The layers are typically held together by a layer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB), which is a tough, transparent material that provides excellent adhesion and impact resistance.

Laminated glass is designed to be stronger and more durable than regular glass and is used in a variety of applications where safety is a concern. Some common uses of laminated glass include car windshields, building windows and doors, and skylights.

Laminated glass is also available in a variety of different colors and patterns, which makes it a popular choice for architectural applications. Overall, laminated glass is a versatile and durable option that offers enhanced safety and a wide range of design options.

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