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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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Laminated glass under main-force (forced-entry) attack, for instance, in 1/4-in.
Laminated glass is only fitted to luxury cars but research by the Transport Research Laboratory shows that laminated glass could cost as little as pounds 150 per car if fitted as standard across the car market.
"Part of its strategy is to encourage manufacturers to take responsibility to fit deadlocks and laminated glass more widely on cars.
One of the largest manufacturers of laminated safety glass in the Middle East, Lumiglass' new range of architectural laminated glass includes the Priva-Lum privacy glass, Blind-Lum double-glazing glass, and the LED decorative glass.
"Laminated glass plays a big part in providing superb security, along with enhancing in-car refinement including helping with noise reduction."
One grand prize will go to the "most innovative and outstanding use of laminated glass." Special recognition categories include Commercial, Community, Education, Government, Healthcare, Recreation, and Residential.
The silicone jointed glazing system, produced by Swiss firm Tuchschmid Constructa, uses laminated glass (two panes of 6mm toughened glass).
Outside the building is an elevated walkway with an additional piece of clear laminated glass on the outboard side of the walkway.
Currently, laminated glass is only fitted to luxury cars, but research by the Transport Research Laboratory shows that laminated glass could cost as little as pounds 150 per car if fitted as standard across the car market.
That's the verdict from top magazine What Car?, whose editor, Rob Aherne, says: "There is no doubt laminated glass would make motorists more secure.
Tenders Are Invited For Curved Laminated Glass For Volvobusesand Windshiel