Security Glasses (Laminated Glasses) In Surat
Security Glass In Surat
Security Glass, also known as Laminated glass, is made of two or more glass panes stuck together with PVB (Polyvinyl Butyl) layer sandwiched between them. These glasses are glued to the plastic layer using heat and pressure which results in a strong chemical bonding between them. The glass so formed is strong enough to fail any attempts by the burglars to forcefully enter the house. They are categorized depending upon the resistance they show towards varying level of pressure exerted on them. The toughest category can protect the building from bullets and blasts. The bullets are stopped from entering the interiors as they get embedded in the glass on its way
Talking about the safety aspects, there is hardly any other form that can beat laminated glasses. As these are thicker and stronger than the usual floating or annealed glasses, breakage is not an issue to be bothered. If at all, in extreme cases, the glass breaks, the whole glass remains attached to the PVB Layer, protecting you from injuries as well as giving you ample time to replace. These are also proved to reduce noise transmission.
Laminated glass is the ideal choice for sound control in situation where there is excess noise from roads, rail air traffic and other sources. PVB Specific interlayer leads to a high quality acoustic laminated glass that offers excellent noise reduction.Features and Benefits
- Hurricane and Impact resistance.
- Protection against bombs or other explosions.
- Protection against forced entry.
- Protection from fallout of broken glass from building facades.
- Protection from “Smash and grab” thefts from storefront window displays.
- SHelps in noise reduction
- Glass floors, stairs & railings.
- Shower cubicles & Partitions.
- Aquariums & many more.
FIRE RATED GLASS
We offers a range of fire rated glasses, with different levels of protection, which are measured in defined time periods (30, 60, 90,120 and 180 minutes).
It should be noted that fire resistant glasses must always be specified as part of a tested and approved glazing system and installation should be carried out by specialists in order to ensure that the expected fire performance is achieved. Depending on thickness, it provides impact protection up to Class 1 of BSEN 12600.Features and Benefits
- Provides passive protection for escape from buildings or fire fighter access.
- Protects against the spread of fire and helps to limit fire damage.
- Opaque insulating interlayer blocks the view of the fire which minimises panic and acts as a guide from emergency services to indicate the presence of fire.
- Suitable for all applications where full fire insulation together with protection against flames and hot gases is a requirement of the local building regulations.
- Typical applications include partial or full size fire doors, partition glazing along escape routes, room, roofs, floors and façade glazing.
Toughened or tempered glass is a type of safety glass that has undergone processes of controlled thermal treatment to increase its strength compared to normal glass.
Toughened glass is made from annealed glass that has been heated to approximately 650⁰C and then rapidly cooled. Due to the increased heat treatment and rapid cooling of the glass, especially between the surface and the inside of the glass, the treatment produces different physical properties. This results in compressive stress on the surface and improved bending strength of glass.
Such stresses cause the glass, when broken, to crumble into small granular chunks instead of splintering into jagged shards as plate glass (a.k.a. annealed glass) does. The granular chunks are less likely to cause injury.
Toughened glass is widely used in a number of applications.Features and Benefits
- Toughened glass is four to five times stronger than annealed glass of the same size and thickness.
- Toughened glass has higher thermal strength and can withstand a high temperature up to 250°C.
- It is difficult to break and even in the event of a breakage, disintegrates into small globules, which are relatively harmless.
- Toughened glass is preferred in applications where strength, safety and thermal resistance are significant, and where there is a high risk of breakage .
- Shower Cabins.
- Railings and Stairs
- Exhibition areas and Displays
- Doors and Partitions
Insulated glass, more commonly known as double glazing glass, consists of two or more glass window panes separated by a spacer along the edge and sealed to form a single unit, with a dead air space between the layers. Insulating Glass Units (IGUs) are designed to keep homes warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. It is traditionally used where large amount of heating or cooling is required.
Insulated glasses are available in a wide choice of glass thicknesses and glass types. The panes used in the IGU can have different textures or designs. Most units are produced with the same thickness of glass used on both panes, but special applications such as security may require wide ranges of thicknesses to be incorporated in the same unit.Features and Benefits
- Reduces sound transmission.
- Saves on heating and cooling by reducing air-to-air heat transfer.
- Available in a range of colors to satisfy aesthetic requirements.
- Can be fabricated to meet sound control requirements, impact resistance, bullet resistance, etc.
- Commercial and Residential glazing
- Airports Control Towers
- Train Windows