What are the advantages of laminated glass?
Laminated glass, as a kind of safety glass, will not produce sharp fragments after being broken by impact due to the bonding effect of the PVB film sandwiched between two ordinary glass. This effectively prevents the occurrence of debris puncture and penetration and falls, and ensures personal safety.
In the field of architectural windows and doors, laminated glass offers 3 major advantages in addition to security.
Excellent sound insulation performance
Generally, the intermediate layer material of architectural laminated glass adopts PVB interlayer, and the PVB film has the damping function of filtering sound waves (reduces the volume transmission by reducing the vibration amplitude of the sound). Therefore, if you live in a place with severe road noise, it is right to choose a laminated glass with a PVB film thickness of 1.14 mm.
Natural UV-protection ability
The PVB interlayer also has the function of filtering ultraviolet rays. The data shows that the PVB film can absorb more than 99% of the ultraviolet rays, thus protecting the indoor furniture, plastic products, textiles, carpets, artworks from fading and aging caused by ultraviolet radiation.
Good energy-saving performance
Because the laminated glass made of PVB film can effectively reduce sunlight penetration, the darker the color, the lower the light transmittance of the laminated glass to block the heat ability is stronger. Therefore, if the light is sufficient in the home, you might as well choose the medium light transmittance (50% to 70%) of the laminated glass.
Since the safety glass product certification was launched in 2003, most of the construction laminated glass manufacturers in the country have passed the product certification, and companies must print the certification mark on the product body they sell. KXG can provide you with the certification of CE/EN12150, AS/NZS2208, ANSI, and other certificates for your convenience.