Thursday, February 28, 2019

Technology of laminated glass production

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Laminated glass is a modern durable and safe material used for the production of glass partitions, awnings, canopies, and various fences. This type of glass is in great demand due to its high strength and sound insulation properties - however, in addition, laminated glass does not break apart into sharp fragments, but remains within the frame. It consists of several glass sheets glued with a special tape.


Laminated glass constructions may have a slight visual distortion, low susceptibility to glare, moderate heating, blocking 99% of ultraviolet radiation and a high level of protection from any external aggressive influences. In the process of the manufacture, glass is combined with tape under conditions of a certain pressure and temperature, passed through special rollers, and then compacted in a heat chamber. In the result, the material acquires completely new characteristics.


Laminated glass will protect the premises from robbers or armed attack. Also, if you wish, you can order a glass that is resistant to bullet shots - it is important to take into account not only its quality but also the type of weapon, the caliber of bullets, and the distance.
Laminated glass is ideal for showcases and residential houses because of its ability to prevent fading of furniture, fabrics, coatings, and so on as a result of UV exposure. In addition, this glass does not let the sun's rays, radiation and high temperatures, which also spoil the above elements of the interior. Giovani Glass offers a wide range of goods made from laminated glass.

It is important to properly install the laminated glass, making sure that the joints are tight during the installation stage, so that the construction sheets are not further delaminated. In addition, its cleanliness must be maintained, eliminating prolonged contact with water - however, if the laminated glass construction will be exposed to rain, there is no reason to be concerned, since rainwater does not affect it negatively.

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