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Laminated glass


Laminated glass is a safety glass composed of two or more sheets of common glass, joined by a plastic film of polyvinyl butyral (PVB), which serves to prevent the glass from shattering in case of breakage, reducing the risk of accidents.

This versatile alternative has a wide range of applications in industry and civil construction, being chosen in projects that seek thermal and acoustic comfort, in addition to greater resistance and safety.


  • High resistance;
  • Increased security;
  • Protection against UVA and UVB rays (thermal performance);
  • Soundproofing;
  • High energy performance.


  • Car windshields;
  • Showcases and windows;
  • Facades or partitions;
  • Skylights.