Over the course of the lamination process, we place EVA (ethylene-vinyl-acetate) foil between the glass layers, creating an inseparable bond between individual layers as a result of the high temperature and great pressure. This is how we create glued safety glass (VSG) as well.
The safest possible structure consists of tempered glued safety glass (ESG VSG). With a structure of this type, in case of a break in the glass, the shattered glass layer is gripped by the foil, thus no sudden structural deformation takes place.
The decorating options for glued safety glass are diverse, as the technology allows the use of coating, acid etching, and printing, as well as the placement of special, colorful and printed foils, paper, thread, etc. between the various layers. Its precondition is exclusively the temperature resistance (above 100°C) of the applicable desired material.
Forms of use
- canopies, walkable roofing slabs
- certain elements and sliding doors of doors and windows
- separator walls, shower cabins
- curved glass structures
- furniture glass, coverings
- heated glass structures
- sound insulation glass structures
- other intensive use glass structures
- minimum 200 x 300 mm
- maximum 2400 x 4700 mm