Laminated Glass


Laminated glass is safety glass and is also known as shatter-proof glass. It is made by joining two or more panels of glass together using one or more layers of adhesive plastic film (EVA or PVB) which is applied with heat.

Laminated glass has applications in the refrigeration sector and, above all, in the field of architecture. It functions as structural glass which allows features such as:

  • cladding panels for balustrades and spiral staircases,
  • roofs for bus stop shelters,
  • entrance doors in condominium buildings,
  • facades
  • and much more

Laminated glass is used for public and private interior design elements such as:

  • partition walls,
  • full-height glass structures,
  • walls units,
  • public toilet partitions,
  • etc.