7 Uses for Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is constructed by permanently bonding two or more lites of glass together with a polymeric interlayer sheet using a process that involves exposure to cycles of heat and pressure within a specialized autoclave chamber. The interlayers secure the glass to create a strong, uniformed layer even when broken. Laminated glass comes in a variety of thicknesses and different glass combinations, interlayer components or coatings.

Here are 7 uses for laminated glass:

  1. Safety Glass - For use in buildings where hurricanes or other natural disasters are a high risk
  2. Security Glass – Blast and bullet resistant for use in detention facilities, schools, hospitals and other homes or institutions that may be higher break-in risk
  3. Retail Displays - As display cabinets for valuables, windscreens and sneeze guards
  4. Glass floors
  5. Glass railings and stairs
  6. Skylights
  7. Glass roofs

 Hartung offers endless customizations when it comes to laminated glass. We are a proud certified SentryGlas® Certified Fabricator and a member of Vitro’s Certified Laminator Program. Our trusted and experienced design team can help you identify the “right” laminated make-up to meet all of your project design needs. 


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