Laminated Glass
Laminated Glass has almost the same strength as ordinary anneaked glass of the same thickness. Laminated glass is a safety glazing material made by bonding layers of glass, using heat and pressure, with one or more interlayers of tough polyvinyl butyral film (PVB). The glass sheets may be of same or different thickness.
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PVB Tickness
› 0.38mm (15mil) › 0.76mm (30mil) › 1.14mm (45mil) › 1.52mm (60mil)
Tempered Glass
Tempered Glass is a heat-treated glass which is several times stronger than ordinary annealed glass. It is manufactured by heating up the float glass to a high temperature, then blowing air onto its surface, cooling it down swiftly and uniformly.
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› On the same thickness Tempered Glass has bending and impact strength which is 3 to 5 times higher than of ordinary glasses.
› As resistant to rapid temperature changes (thermal shocks), Tempered Glass is approximately 3 times as ordinary float glasses.
› When broken, Tempered Glass will shatter into small pieces to prevent serious injuries.
› Surface Compression level greater than 10.00psi.
Solar Control Low E Glass
Solar Control Low E Glass is a highly transparent “On Line” coating glass. I-TEC Solar Control Low E Glass having a durable pyrolytic surface, this Solar Control Low E Glass is easily fabricated to value added secondary glass products such as insulting glass units (IGU), tempered glass and laminated glass.
› Energy Efficiency › Reduces Heat Gain › Durable Coated Surface › Highly Visible Light Transmittance Low Exterior Reflectance
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