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J. K. International
J. K. International
Reru-Dhogri Link Road, Jalandhar, Punjab
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Laminated Safety Glass

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Laminated Safety Glass

Approx. Price: Rs 320 / Square FeetGet Latest Price
Product Details:
ColorTransparent
BrandJK
MaterialGlass
PatternPlain
Surface FinishingGlossy
Laminated glass can block over99% of the UV rays while allowing most of the visible light through
It consists of two layers of glass with a layer of film, called the interlayer, in between them.The glass panes can be basic float glass or tempered/toughened or heat strengthened glasses.
If the glass is broken fragments tend to adhere to the PVB interlayer thereby reducing the risk of injury from falling glass. The interlayers in laminated glass have the capacity to absorb the energy of impact and resist penetration. Laminated glass provides durability, high-performance and multi-functional benefits and at the same time preserves the aesthetic appearance of glass. Laminated glass provides a solution to many architectural design problems and offers increased protection from the effects of disasters such as hurricane, earth quake and bomb blasts, if suitably designed.
Features of Laminated Glass:SAFETY:Ordinary glass windows are brittle and break into long sharp pieces, causing serious and sometimes fatal injuries. An important feature of laminated glass is its performance under impact. That is, the interlayers in laminated glass have the capacity to absorb the energy of impact and resist penetration. Safety hazards caused due to breakages are minimized with the use of laminated glass. Although the glass may break, the glass fragments will adhere to the plastic interlayer, minimizing the risk of injury and property damage.
SECURITY:Burglars often break windows to get to door and window handles, but laminated glass can resist the intrusion because it is virtually impossible to cut through the thick PVB layers even if the glass gets broken. Contact an expert to design suitable laminated glass for intrusion resistance.
SOUND CONTROL:Laminated glass has proven to be an excellent barrier to noise. Shear damping performance of the PVB makes laminated glass an effective sound control product. This sound dampening is due to the low elastic property of the PVB interlayer.
WEATHER AND DISASTER CONTROL:Laminated glass helps provide protection from injury and property damage caused by glass breaking because of natural disasters such as hurricane and earthquake. It does so by keeping the glass intact within the glass frame.
DURABILITY:Laminated glass is exceptionally durable, maintaining its colour and strength. It can be used for a variety of architectural and interior design applications such as floor glazing, stairs, balconies, balustrades, internal panelling and exterior cladding as well as for the more traditional doors and windows.
DESIGN VERSATILITY AND INSTALLATION EASE;Laminated glasses can be manufactured flat or curved. They can include annealed, toughened, heat-strengthened, wired, patterned, tinted or reflective glasses. Interlayers can be used to add colour tints and for further aesthetic and privacy needs. Laminated glass is simple to install. If the glass is not heat treated, it can also be cut, drilled or notched.
LOW VISUAL DISTORTION:Distortion is caused by “roller waves” in tempered and heat-strengthened glass. This can be avoided by using laminated annealed glass. Sharp reflected images are possible with curtain walls constructed of laminated annealed glass.
Applications of Laminated Glass:Laminated glass is widely used in manufacturing and automotive industries and in a variety of commercial and residential applications because of its safety, security, sound abatement and solar control characteristics.
In glass skylights, sunspaces, sloped glazing installations and curtain walls, there is always the possibility of glass breakage. This is why many building codes worldwide use laminated glass for overhead glazing.
It is used in schools, hospitals, hotels and office buildings, and wherever there are sound control requirements.

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Laminated Toughened Glass

Approx. Price: Rs 60 / Sq ftGet Latest Price
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Usage/ApplicationOffice
ShapeFlat
Glass TypePlain Glass
ColorTransparent
Toughened or tempered glass is a type of safety glass processed by controlled thermal treatment to increase its strength compared with normal annealed glass. Tempering puts the outer surfaces into compression and the inner part is in tension. Because of the high amount of energy stored in residual stresses, tempered glass shatters into a large number of pieces when broken. The broken pieces are small harmless granular chunks are not as sharp and hazardous as those from ordinary harmful jagged shards and are less likely to cause injury.

Toughened glass starts life as float glass. Float glass, when shattered breaks into dagger like pieces and can be harmful, it is therefore unsuitable for some applications. Before undergoing the toughening process the glass parts must be cut to size. Any additional machining must be completed before the glass is toughened as it would shatter if it was cut in its toughened state.
In the toughening process, the surfaces of the glass are heated in a furnace. The hot glass is then cooled rapidly by a blast of air over a period of between 3 and 10 seconds. As a result, the surfaces shrink, and (at first) tensile stresses develop on the surfaces. As the bulk of the glass begins to cool, it contracts. The already solidified surfaces of the glass are then forced to contract, and consequently, they develop residual compressive surface stresses, while the interior zone develops compensating tensile stresses. The tension zone in the core of the glass takes up about 60% of the cross-sectional area of the glass. Compressive surface stresses improve the strength of the glass in the same way that they do in other materials.

Applications:
  • In Houses
  • Commercial Complexes
  • Shopping Malls
  • Hospitals
  • Schools
  • Railways
  • Automobiles
  • Solar Applications
  • Office partitions
  • Bathroom Shower Cabins
  • Office partitions
  • Flood Lights & Street lights

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