Common Laminated Glass
Common Laminated Glass is a composite glass product consisting of two or more sheets of glass. One or more layers of organic polymer interlayer film are sandwiched between the glass, and after special high-temperature pre-pressing (or vacuum) and high-temperature high-pressure process, the glass and the intermediate film are permanently bonded together.
As a kind of safety glass, laminated glass, after being crushed by impact, will not produce sharp fragments like ordinary glass due to the bonding effect of the PVB film. At the same time, its PVB interlayer film has the sound insulation and sunlight control properties, making it a new building material with energy saving and environmental protection functions.