Laminated glass is manufactured by bonding two or more glass sheets together. In the case of breakage it is held in place by an interlayer between the sheets of glass and thus prevents the injuries of people and objects.
Types of laminated glass are:
- security glass,
- sound insulating glass,
- glass for staircases, floors,
- glass for balustrades and canopies,
- bullet-proof glass.
When we want to reduce the noise, we can laminate different glass thicknesses with an adhesive layer of one or more mm.
For glass flooring we usually use a tempered 6 mm glass for the top layer, followed by 2 or more layers of 8 or 10 mm thick glass (depending on the projected loads, dimensions of the glass and mounting methods).
For bulletproof glazing 3, 4 or more layers of glass are laminated together to achieve the appropriate bulletproof grade.
Max. dimension of our laminated glass is 1800×3000 mm.