How many production methods are there for laminated glass？
Laminated glass can be produced using two different methods: dry lamination and wet lamination. The most widely used method for industrial production is the dry method, which involves using PVB film as the interlayer.
Dry lamination involves using solid PVB film as the interlayer between two or more layers of glass. The assembly is then placed in an autoclave for hot pressing. This method is commonly used for industrial production.
On the other hand, wet lamination involves mixing and curing liquid glue. There are two methods of wet lamination: heating and baking in a special furnace or using ultraviolet light to cure the adhesive. The former method has a much lower bubble generation rate than the latter.