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Laminated glass 

Laminated glass is formed as a sandwich of 2 sheets of glass,between which is bonded together with a tough and thermoplastic polyvinyl butyral (PVB) interlayer under heat and pressure.


?Architecture & Furniture

?Bullet/burst-proof purpose


Standard: GB 9962-1999;
Glass ThicknessPVB ThicknessGlass Size(mm)Visible light transmittance
2mm-19mm0.38mm, 0.76mm2440X18303300X2134 3300X2440,3660X2134, 3660X2440As your require of the used glass or  PVB
1.14mm, 1.52mm
PVB Color:Clear, Green, Blue, Bronze, Grey, Milk white etc.
Glass Color:Clear, French Green, Dark Green, Ford Blue, Dark Blue, Bronze, Euro Grey etc. available with reflective glass also.
Thickness:3+0.38+3mm, 4+0.38+4mm, 5+0.38+5mm, 6+0.38+6mm, 3+0.76+3mm, 4+0.76+4mm, 5+0.76+5mm, 6+0.76+6mm etc, could be produced as per request.


?Safety: The laminated glass inlaid in buildings will still completely remain in the original frame when impacted by any external force even if the glass gets broken. Persons inside and outside the buildings will not be hurt by the splashing glass fragments. 

?Hurricane and Earthquake Resistance: Even if the glass is broken, it will not fall to the ground in whole. Rather, it will stay where it was before it becomes broken. 

?Explosion and Bullet Resistance: When many interlayers are adopted, different grades of bullet/explosion-proof glass can be produced. 

?Anti-ultraviolet Radiation: It can very effectively block ultraviolet rays in the sunlight, with a blocking rate of as high as over 99%, to avoid ultraviolet radiation. 

?Noise Reduction: PVB film can obstruct and absorb sound so as to reduce noise.