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THE PVB LAMINATED GLAS
PVB Laminated Glass is one of the most popular types of safety glazing material used in buildings as it provides enhanced protection from severe weather, impact, and UV radiation. It’s also highly durable, making it perfect for long-term use. This type of glass is composed of two or more layers of flat glass bonded together with an interlayer which significantly increases sound insulation while still allowing light to pass through.
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Shenzhen Dragon Glass offers a vast selection of PVB interlayer options to meet your specific requirements.
Oversize Glass Configurations available up to 3300mm*13000mm.
PVB Thickness Options
0.38mm, 0.76mm, 1.14mm, 1.52mm, 2.28mm, 3.04mm, etc.
PVB types Options
Colored PVB, Acoustic PVB, Energy Saving PVB, etc.
Glass Thickness Options
Single glass panel thickness: 4mm~19mm, up to 7 layers.
Glass Types Options
Tinted glass, Energy-saving glass, Decorative glass, Curved glass, Insulated glass, etc
Flat and Curved.
Components and Enhancements
Notches & Cutouts
PVB Types Options
Samples & Mockup
everything you may want to know about PVB laminated glass
Poly Vinyl Butyral is a tough plastic resin that is used between two panes of glass to bond them together. It’s made from polyvinyl alcohol by reacting it with butyraldehyde. This resin is placed in between glass panes then a combination of heat and pressure is applied to create one laminated glass.
PVB interlayer has the unique advantage of adhesion to the glass, penetration, and impact resistance. Because of its shatterproof function, PVB interlayer for laminated glass is used in many ways where safety and security are required, such as automobile windshields, side door windows, and architectural glass.
Acoustic interlayers refer to the use of a special polyvinyl butyral (PVB) – a resin-based plastic – as the plastic in laminated glass, which provides sound-reducing qualities in the glass.
PVB thicknesses are usually 0.38mm, 0.76mm, 1.14mm, 1.52mm, and 2.28mm.
Laminated glass is more robust and safer compared to tempered glass, thus making it the better choice. Although tempered glass does offer breakage resistance and high strength, laminated glass provides additional features such as soundproofing and UV resistance.
PVB laminated glass is difficult to break, which prevents intruders. Even if they break, all of the shard pieces tend to hold together, adhering to the plastic vinyl interlayer. This interlayer helps keep the broken glass together, which helps with security and weatherproofing (until it can be replaced)
SGP is 100 times stiffer and five times more tear-resistant than PVB.
Laminated glass is a type of safety glass that is made of two or more panes of annealed glass joined together by a layer of plastic, or polyvinyl butyral (PVB). You can think of this joining as creating a glass sandwich (glass, plastic, glass).