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laminated glass

[′lam·ə‚nād·əd ′glas]
(materials)

laminated glass

Two or more plies of flat glass bonded under heat and pressure to inner layers of plastic to form a shatter-resisting assembly that retains the fragments if the glass is broken; it is called safety glass. See also: Glass

laminated glass, safety glass, shatterproof glass

Two or more plies of plate glass, float glass, or sheet glass, bonded to a transparent plastic sheet between them to form a shatter-resisting assembly.
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Julie Schimmelpenningh, global architectural applications manager for Saflex, said, 'No other interlayer brand delivers the complete spectrum of colours for laminated glass like Vanceva Color System by Saflex.
SGS strongly recommends the use of laminated glass on the other glazed surfaces of the car, such as side windows, sunroofs and backlite, to offer a whole protection.
In their appeal, the O'Haras argued that FMVSS 205 differs markedly from FMVSS 208, because the former establishes only a "minimum safety standard" for auto glass; in fact, in 2002 NHTSA withdrew a requirement that carmakers use laminated glass, except in windshields.
While laminated glass may be the logical choice in newly constructed facilities, security window film is a cost-effective alternative in existing facilities restricted by limited budgets.
The cost of laminated glass installed is approximately $20 a square foot in addition to the cost of removing existing glass.
Installing laminated glass in existing window frames not designed to support the weight of laminated glass may not prevent the glass separating from the frames when the glass is stressed.
The PET film, laminated with the glass, serves as a spall protection layer, keeping glass shards in place, whereas in standard laminated glass, an unshielded layer of glass faces the vehicle interior.
The windshield is made from laminated glass to keep it from shattering.
of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) approved the Exatec 900 material and coating system from Exatec LLC, the GE-Bayer joint venture, for all non-windshield glazing, provided that it meets all existing auto glazing specifications for laminated glass.
They've decided to introduce unbreakable laminated glass for their C4, C5 and C6 model ranges, not just for the windscreen but on all side windows too.
Easy to understand, then, why experts believe high-security laminated glass could dramatically reduce this trend.
Laminated glass, which has a poly-vinyl-butyral interlayer sandwiched between two thin glass plies was first used on windscreens to improve safety and is now a legal requirement.