Safety & Security Glass

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To improve its resistance to impact and breakage, glass can be either toughened or laminated, depending on where and how it is being used.
Toughened glass offers a distinct safety advantage, not only being less likely to break but also, when it does break, producing very small fragments that are relatively harmless.
Laminated glass can be made so strong that it is practically impossible to break, making it feasible to use glass wherever desired, even where high security requirements apply, including bullet-resistant applications. In the case of breakage, fragments adhere to the flexible “interlayer” between glass layers, reducing the chance of injuries.
These features can be combined with other glass functions for additional comfort: thermal insulation, solar control, acoustic insulation, low-maintenance and decorative glass.

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