Laminated glass:

Laminated glass is two or more lites (pieces) of glass permanently bonded together with one
Or more plastic interlayers (EVA OR PVB) using heat and pressure. The glass and interlayers can be a
Variety of colors and thicknesses designed to meet building code standards and requirements
As necessary.
Laminated glass can be broken, but the fragments will tend to adhere to the
plastic layer and remain largely intact, reducing the risk of injury. Laminated glass is considered
“Safety glass” because it meets the requirements of the various code
Organizations that set standards for safety. Heat-strengthened and
Tempered glass can be incorporated into laminated glass units to further
Strengthen the impact resistance. Hurricane resistance, the need for bomb
Blast protection, sound attenuation and ballistic or forced-entry security
Concerns are all primary uses for laminated glass.

How strong?
While the interlayer can resist a significant level of force, your glass could still break in a physical attack. However, the strong interlayer ensures that any attack is slow and noisy, so you’ll definitely know about it! The attacked glass will also remain in place as the interlayer links broken fragments together, keeping the glass intact, weatherproof and resistant to further penetration

If laminated glass is broken, the vinyl interlayer remains in the frame, with glass fragments adhering to the interlayer. This provides a strong barrier against forced entry or windblown debris. Furthermore, laminated glass cannot be cut from one side only, which renders glass cutters useless in the hands of would-be intruders. Laminated glass also helps protect against fading by blocking over 99% of the sun’s harmful UV rays, one of the leading causes of fading.

Pharos Laminated Glass can be produced from different types of glass and can be used in insulating glass structure. Unique building and interiors can be constructed with application of laminated glass , laminated building glass is used for production of glass floors, ceilings, structural walls etc. With film technology using Eva films and further pasting in Furnace under a particular temperature and pressure regime.
The following glass types are used for laminated building glass Pharos Laminate production:

  • clear float-glass
  • patterned
  • tinted
  • tempered
  • enameled
  • reflective
  • thermal control
  • Low-E glass

Laminated Glass Applications:

  • safety glass for façade glazing
  • safety glass for interior decoration of office, commercial and residential buildings
  • Protective glass for banks, museums etc.
  • Bulletproof and Unbreakable Glass

Advantages and Benefits of using Pharos Laminated Glass :

  • Complete transparency
  • Safe and secure, yet incredibly flexible for creativity in design
  • Excellent durability against heat, moisture & UV
  • Great sound insulation
  • Totally water repellant
  • Ideal for increasing privacy and creating
  • Light diffusion for balustrades,
  • canopies, rooflines or partitions