Specifications and dimensions of hollow laminated glass are shared. Different from tempered glass, laminated glass has strong fracture resistance, and has good fracture resistance and impact resistance. It is widely used in the construction industry, especially for skylights and other tall buildings. It is also suitable for curtain walls in hurricane-resistant areas. It can be made from a variety of different plate glasses, including ordinary glass, endothermic glass, float glass and colored PVB film.
Specifications and dimensions of hollow laminated glass can be obtained by referring to the technical standard. The type of glass depends on performance requirements such as strength, deformation and fracture behavior. It can be curved, flat, or layered. The thickness can vary from 0.06 inches to 2.25 inches. It can be colorful, patterned, or plain. It can be tempered or thermally strengthened. It is commonly used in car windshields, photovoltaics and safety glass.
To make laminated glass, a PVB resin film is placed between two or more pieces of glass. The sheets are then melted using denatured alcohol. The film prevents glass from penetrating the outer layer and keeps the glass stable if it breaks. It's also bullet-resistant. Usually applied to skylights in high-rise buildings and doors in high-rise buildings. The material is secured to the frame system by silicone anchor beads.
The specification and size of the hollow laminated glass can be adjusted according to the needs of the building. For example, it can be used in fire door assemblies, firewall structures, and insulated Windows. It is usually used in buildings with air-conditioning and heating. It can also be applied to emergency room entrance doors and lobby areas of buildings.
Windows have a maximum lateral deflection limit of 19 mm. For outer glass, nicks can be removed from the insulating glass to obtain a clear optical coating. For IG unit sections of 0.3 m length, warp per linear foot shall not exceed 0.75 mm. In addition, the sandwich thickness must be at least 1.3 mm. For the window core, a clear polycarbonate sheet is required. In addition, insulating plastics must not reduce light transmittance.