How is laminated glass made and what are its main applications?
The laminated glass in the "Lamina" technology is formed as a result of the process of gluing with the help of a special EVA film of two or many glass panes. It is also possible to combine glass with other materials, e.g. metal, stone, plastics. This process is commonly called glass lamination. Lamination takes place in a laminator chamber also called a laminating oven. The materials to be glued arranged in the correct order are closed in a special vacuum bag and subjected to high temperature. Thanks to lamination, the glass is more mechanically resistant and in case of breaking, the shards do not break down. The type of foil used also determines the other properties of laminated glass, e.g. UV transmittance, translucency, and sound insulation. Laminated glass is widely used today not only in vehicles, floating and flying objects but mainly in construction and architecture.
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