By using the combination of heat and extreme air pressure, laminated glass is produced by bonding two sheets of glass together with an interlayer. PVB (polyvinyl butyral) is the most commonly used interlayer for the manufacture of laminated glass.   Due to the interlayer, laminated glass remains in one piece when broken.
This important quality determines laminated glass as a Grade A Safety Glass. Upon impact, the glass may break, however, will remain as one piece inside the frame. Laminated glass significantly reduces the risk of injury, as well as continuing to act as a barrier to the elements and provide security to your home or office.

White Translucent Laminate

Thickness Sheet Size
CMS 4.38mm 1220 x 2200
6.38mm
1220 x 2140
1830 x 2440
2140 x 3660
10.38mm
2134 x 3300

Super White Translucent Laminate

Thickness Sheet Size
6.38mm 1830 x 2440
10.38mm
2134 x 3660

Grey Translucent Laminate

Thickness Sheet Size
6.76mm 1830 x 2440

Black Laminate

Internal Use Only
Thickness Sheet Size
6.38mm 1220 x 2140

Grey Laminate

Thickness Sheet Size
6.38mm 915 x 2140
915 x 2440
1220 x 2140
1830 x 2440
2440 x 3660
10.38mm 2440 x 2800
2440 x 3660

Green Laminate

Thickness Sheet Size
6.38mm 2250 x 3210

Bronze Laminate

Thickness Sheet Size
6.38mm 2250 x 3210