Posted on February 23, 2018 in FAQs
Laminated glass is constructed of two or more sheets of glass bonded together around layers of transparent plastic laminate. The laminate layer holds the glass firmly in place even when broken, reducing the risk of injury and is considered a ‘safety glass’. Laminate glass is often chosen in architectural glazing such as rooflights, where there is a high risk of injury and security should breakage occur.
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