Laminated glass is a safety glass consisting of two, three or more layers of glass between which one or more EVA or PVB films are inserted. Transparencies can be colorless, milky or colored. There is also possibility for panes, graphic elements, fabrics, veneers, decorative foils, prints, etc to be lamineted between . Laminated glass is safe in case of breakage. It does not break into pieces, because it stays glued to the foil and maintains a certain strength until replaced. The presence of the film also affects the noise level, so laminated glass is also a very good acoustic insulator. Depending on the purpose, to increase the mechanical and thermal resistance, you can give laminated glass toughening techniques. It is also possible to apply a non-slip layer to the upper surface of the laminated glass. This is of particular practical importance in the case of glass floors and stairs. For indoor and outdoor use. It is subject to all types of machining.
- glass stairs, glass floors
- glass roofs, glass railings, skylights
- shower cabins, glass doors, glass walls
- bulletproof (armored), anti-burglary glass