Laminated Glass ,
It is a type of glass used in architecture and security.
By joining multiple layers of glass with PVB (polyvinyl butyral) under heat and pressure. It is a special type of glass that can provide optical clarity. PVB is a very flexible and protective layer, and when combined with glasses it takes on a completely transparent appearance.
Thanks to the polymer structure, even if the glass is broken, it keeps the glass pieces together and prevents scattering and prevents other glass layers from being damaged. Durability can be increased by applying the tempering process. It provides superior strength, hardness and post-break behavior.
Fields of Application: Laminated glasses can be used at any point where safety and durability are important. Glasses with this feature are ideal for applications such as vehicle windows, balustrades, balconies, eaves, curtain walls, inclined and ceiling glazing, glass stairs, facades, shop window glasses, bank glasses.
Lamination thicknesses vary depending on the project to be used. Production can be made from 6 mm to 40 mm.
Bullet Proof Glasses:
Another part of Laminated Glass is bulletproof glass. The glasses used during lamination gain ballistic resistance with appropriate film and chemical applications. These windows are an important security element for areas where security is kept at a high level, such as currency exchange offices, banks, consulate buildings, security booths.
Glasses in this class are produced in accordance with the caliber of bullets used in weapons, within the framework of standards, in special dimensions requested.
Packing Type: It can be made by being loaded on the box, case or carrier legs.
Pricing: The requested dimensions are projected by determining the minimum waste with computerized calculation methods, the order is priced by adding other applications and packaging costs.
Shipping : TIR or Container Transportation is chosen according to the country to which the products will be shipped.