Laminated Glass


Laminated glass is fabricated by sandwiching sheet materials called interlayers between two or more lites or panes of glass, permanently bonding these under heat and pressure into a single construction. Proprietary processes and specialized equipment are used to create custom designs. The type of glass, thickness and color, and the visual characteristics of the interlayer materials all have an effect on light transmission, creating different degrees of opacity or translucency and a great range of visual effects. Laminated glass interlayers can be made of single elements or custom combinations, limited only by your imagination.