Laminate annealed (not toughened) safety glass is made by a heat and pressure process that laminates two or more sheets of glass with a Polyvinyl Butyral (PVB) interlayer between them. The standard and minimum interlayer is 0.38mm thick
When subjected to impact, the bond between the glass and interlayer adhere any broken fragments, keeping the glass intact and resisting penetration.
This important breakage characteristic significantly reduces the likelihood of serious injury, qualifying laminated glass as a Grade A safety glass in accordance with AS/NZ 2208 and other international standards. In addition, the glass will not fall out if used in sloped or overhead glazing applications providing environmental protection. The major use for Laminated Annealed PVB Laminate is safety glazing for windows, doors, framed sloped and overhead glazing
Clear Laminate is stocked in the following options: 6.38, 8.3.8, 10.38 and 12.38mm
Anti-Bandit Glass is a laminated glass made up of two annealed glass sheets bonded together by 1.5mm thick plastic interlayer, and is tested to BS 5544. It is a security glass designed to resist manual attack and to delay access to a protected space for a short period of time.
Anti-Bandit Laminate is stocked in the following options: 7.5 and 11.5mm.
Auto WHP is a Windscreen High Performance Laminated Safety Glass which is made by laminating two sheets of glass with a 0.76mm WHP PVB interlayer, giving the maximum resistance to penetration with high light transmission.
Standard and stocked comes in 6.76mm Clear and Green