Laminated glass is produced with the help of colored or colorless special binding polyvinyl butyral (PVB) layers, and glass of various thicknesses and qualities of 2 or more are combined under heat pressure by placing transparent and opaque Pvb between them. It reduces the risk of injury by keeping the parts in place in case of breakage. Because of this feature, it is also considered as laminated safety glass. However, bulletproof double or multi-layer laminated glasses are made.
Due to glass scattering after breaking and resistance to the passage of objects, it has a widespread use potential in places where both human health and security problems such as theft and attack are expected. Laminated glass does not significantly change its transparency and permeability properties in normal glasses. Because the optical properties of the intermediate layers used are close to each other. Laminated glass is also a useful product with its contribution to noise insulation and low UV permeability. Laminated glass can be produced in combinations of colored colorless PVB, colored colorless and reflective glass. In addition, laminated glass is produced with tempered glass combinations if required, and insulation units are also included in the structure.