Laminated Glass

It is formed of permanently joining of two or more layers of glass by means of heat and pressure by putting protective material called polyvinyl butryal (PVB) in between. After the glass is joined, it looks and behaves like a single glass panel.

Even if the glass is broken, the break on any of the glass plates does not affect the other plate and prevents it from falling by holding the broken pieces on itself.

Laminated glasses used in places  requiring more security are preferred in floorings such as glass windows, railing glasses and glass terraces.