Unlocking Safety & Aesthetics: 3 Benefits of Laminated Glass in Commercial Projects

Hartung Laminated Glass

As businesses and public spaces are increasingly focused on offering both safe and aesthetic environments, traditional materials are often falling short. Enter laminated glass—a marvel of modern engineering that combines the beauty of glass with unprecedented levels of safety and utility. So let's shatter some misconceptions and clear the way for a clearer, safer, and more stylish future with laminated glass.

  1. Safety: Laminated glass is designed to stay intact even after it's been shattered, making it a safer option for commercial projects. The interlayer of the glass holds the broken pieces together, reducing the risk of injury from flying shards. This makes laminated glass ideal for use in high-traffic areas, such as lobbies and entranceways.

  2. Security: Laminated glass can also provide increased security for commercial projects. The interlayer of the glass makes it more difficult to break, providing a barrier that can deter potential intruders. This added security can be particularly valuable for commercial properties, such as banks and government buildings.

  3. Sound insulation: Laminated glass can also provide sound insulation, reducing the amount of noise that passes through the glass. This can be especially valuable in commercial projects located in noisy environments, such as urban areas or near highways. Laminated glass can help create a more comfortable and productive working environment by reducing the distractions caused by outside noise.

****Bonus Tip***

Create privacy screens, design pieces, and more using High-Definition printed glass. The ceramic inks used in Hartung’s High-Definition Glass products are built to last. You can be confident that it will hold its color in both indoor and outdoor applications.

Laminated glass is rapidly becoming a staple in contemporary commercial construction—and for good reasons. Its multifaceted advantages touch upon many of the primary concerns of architects, builders, and business owners providing a safer and more secure environment for employees and visitors, while also creating a more comfortable and productive workspace.

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