Laminated Glass


Laminated glass is produced by pressing more than one glass with hard elastic and highly tear resistant polyvinyl butyral (PVB) foils under heat and pressure.

The glasses are autoclaved in order to turn into laminated glass in a certain time under 12 bar pressure and 150°C temperature. These are units formed by bringing two or more glasses together and placing suitable dry air with ambient pressure or gases (argon etc.) that will provide insulation. In order to create an air or gas space between the glass plates, an intermediate space lath should be used, and there should be a dehumidifying material inside the gap lath.

Glass plates and spacer lath should be combined using internal insulation material (butyl / polyisobutylene) and external insulation material should be applied to ensure the sealing of the insulating glass. The thickness of the glasses that make up the insulating glass should be determined taking the loads such as wind, snow, etc. into consideration.