Lauzin Day Care, Paris, France
DAVAR PANAH - SARRE , atelier architectes
VAN SANTEN : façade builder.

Tempered Glass
Laminated Glass is created by sandwiching a layer of PVB (polyvinyl butyral) between two pieces of annealed glass panes, bonded under high temperature and pressure.
Safety and Security
  • Fragments of glass remain in place when broken because the soft interlayer serves to ’capture’ shattered pieces during breakages.
  • Enhances security through anti-theft protection due to the glass’ resistance to forced entry/penetration.
  • May be made bullet proof or blast proof.

Offers greater flexibility and creativity for design as a variety of colored glass can be manufactured with the use of different colored PVB.

Sound Transmission Reduced
Reduces noise transmittance as the PVB interlayer improves acoustic performance of the glass.

Reduced UV Destruction
Reduces solar energy transmittance through a building’s facade which constitutes a large proportion of cooling load in buildings; will result in less cooling load required and energy saved.

Common Uses
  • Roofings, canopies and skylights
  • Building facades
  • Balustrades
  • High security facilities such as banks and anti-theft showcases
Products Specification
  • Glass Thickness: 6.38 - 50 mm
  • PVB Interlayer Thickness: 0.38, 0.76 and 1.52 mm
  • PVB Interlayer Colour: Cool white, tangerine, ruby red, sahara sun, sapphire, clear, artic snow and polar white
  • Maximum Size: 2400 x 5000 mm
  • Minimum Size: 300 x 300 mm
Quality Standard
Tested by PSB Corporation to be in accordance to SS341:2001.
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