Laminated glass has the following benefits: It's a safety glass, which can maintain adhesion even when it's broken; It's impact resistance, and some can resist attacks or earthquakes; It can block sound waves and create a quiet space; It blocks UV rays, protects people's [...]
Depending on different conditions, laminated glass can last up to 20-30 years. If the laminated glass is used on the exterior space with high temperature or rain, it may degum or fade after several years, but it doesn't affect its safety.
Laminated glass was invented in 1903 by French chemist Édouard Bénédictus. The laminated glass was inspired by a laboratory accident: When a glass flask dropped, it shattered but didn't break into pieces because it had plastic cellulose nitrate coated. References from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laminated_glass [...]
Laminated glass can be used for many exterior and interior glass applications. As it's a safety glass, it can use in many exterior doors, windows, railings, facades, etc. As there are multiple styles of interlayers, it also has various applications for interior decorations, such [...]
Laminated glass is a type of glass that with interlayer film between glass sheets. As a result, the shards will be stuck on the film when it breaks to prevent incidents. For more details about laminated glass, visit our blog: Laminated Glass Introduction.
Laminated glass is made of two or more sheets of glass with interlayer film between them. By a high-temperature pressing process, The glass sheets and interlayer bonded together to become laminated glass. For more details about laminated glass, visit our blog: Laminated Glass [...]
Yes, laminated glass can be broken. Even though it's much stronger than the annealed glass. When it breaks, the glass shards will stick on the interlay to avoid serious injuries.
Yes, laminated glass is recyclable. Glass production lines can use recycled glass shards, while the interlayer of laminated glass can also be recycled for other adhesive applications.