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Laminated Glass Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of laminated glass manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top laminated glass manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find laminated glass companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture laminated glasses to your companies specifications. Then contact the laminated glass companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of flat glass, PVB laminated glass, automotive laminated glass, or customized laminated glass of every type, this is the resource for you.

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We offer a variety of laminated glass products and more. We serve industries around the world with customized products, like the marine, aircraft, military, optical, and industrial industries. Although we started small, we have grown over the years to become one of the leading suppliers for glass in the world. Contact us today!
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Since they began over 40 years ago, Pegasus Glass has worked tirelessly everyday to go beyond customers' expectations. With their combined talents, systems and technology, they are constantly striving for continuous improvement. As a result they push harder to lead their industry to levels not yet achieved. For quality work you can rely on, call Pegasus for your next laminated glass order.
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As glass manufacturers, John C. Ernst's measurement equipment can be digital or mechanical, in addition to a variety of other types for different measurements of flow. For each type, there are specific guidelines that are followed by companies like John C. Ernst to ensure proper usage. For more information, please call or go to their helpful website for full product descriptions.
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Laminated glass has uses in many industries around the world, and we offer it all! Our large variety of products is in response to today's modern demand for fast shipping and on-time deliveries. We offer a commitment to quality and service that other companies do not. Our company has extensive experience and is eager to provide you with expert services. Contact us to learn more!
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A worldwide leader in glass fabrication and the manufacture of flat glass and fiberglass insulation, Guardian Industries is your source for glass fabricating and tempered glass. We manufacture a variety of automotive exterior products, distribute building products and lead the industry in mirror production.
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Turn to Custom Glass & Optics for high quality laminated glass and our value-added products are designed with a number of benefits. We are a proven manufacturer of reinforced laminated glass and we will always keep your production goals in mind. If you have any questions then please give us a call today!
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Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is a type of safety glass that is composed of layers of glass around a middle bonding layer, typically made of a material such as polyvinyl butyral (PVB). It is most well known for its use in the automotive industry, although it is also used in a variety of applications which require stronger and safer glass than tempered glass. Its ability to cohere after experiencing great force or breakage makes laminated glass an ideal choice for applications such as windshields, shower doors, cutting boards and windows in buildings needing extra protection like banks, airports and jewelry stores.

To make laminated glass, Glass fabricators take sheets of annealed glass and layer them around a thin, flexible film of PVB or another binding layer. The layers are then sealed with pressurized rollers and heat which removes any air bubbles and forms the initial bonding. The PVB needs to adhere to the glass layers on both sides to ensure that upon breakage the pieces of glass remain attached. The glass is then placed in an oil bath that chemically bonds the vinyl layer to the glass and further reinforces the panel. This added strength enables laminated glass to be used in jarring, high impact applications like windshields.

The process of fabricating laminated glass improves properties of strength, tensile capacity and impact resistance. Laminated glass can take up to ten times longer to break through than standard glass and in many cases cannot be penetrated without extreme force, or specialized glass cutting tools. As a security feature, laminated glass can be installed in cabinets or rooms protecting valuable items such as jewelry or art work. It can also be used in buildings in areas likely to experience natural disasters such as earthquakes or tornadoes. Laminated glass can also provide UV protection or in cases of multiple layers, can be used as bulletproof glass in cars or building and due to the vinyl layer has increased sound dampening properties. For glass applications that have the potential to break in the vicinity of people and cause physical damage, laminated glass is a worthwhile investment. Even after a sheet of laminated glass has been chipped, punctured or broken, it remains intact because of the vinyl layer. While tempered glass breaks into small rounded pieces and is often used for the side windows of cars and other windows, laminated glass is even safer and so is most often used for the windshields where the most impact resistance is required.

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