Laminated glass is made up of two or more monolithic glass sheets joined together by interposing sheets of plastic material (polyvinyl butyral PVB or ethyl-vinyl acetate EVA).
In the event of breakage, the pieces of glass remain attached to the butyral, preventing its detachment and preventing it from passing through it. For this reason it is a double security glass, since it prevents injuries to people and damage to nearby objects, as well as the passage through it, which in turn prevents theft. The more sheets of glass make up the laminated glass, the safer it is.
For glass with more than two sheets, contact us. Laminated glass is practically indistinguishable from monolithic glass with the same thickness, thereby adding beauty and light to any commercial or residential space.