Viracon Laminated Glass features an interlayer bonded between two or more glass plies using heat and pressure.
The glass plies may be of equal or unequal thickness. Laminated glass is a durable, high-performance glazing product, designed to remain integral in the opening should glass damage occur.
Often laminated glass is required to provide protection against man-made threats or natural disasters such as hurricanes, bomb blasts or forcible-entry.
For additional information regarding the interlayers Viracon offers, please refer to the interlayer component page.
Viracon's laminated glass is available in various forms for commercial glazing applications. To provide a wide array of design options, as well as meet various performance levels, Viracon's laminated glass can feature tinted glass, high-performance coatings, printed patterns and pigmented interlayers together or alone.
Viracon's architectural laminated glass products with a minimum .030" pvb interlayer comply with ANSI Z97.1-1984 and CPSC 16 CFR 1201, which are the industry safety standards for glazing materials.
When specifying laminated glass, it is important to select and clearly outline the configuration as well as each individual component of the insulating glass unit.