Laminated glass is produced through the use of ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) as an interlayer. The process of laminating glass forms a safety glass – holding together even when shattered.
This EVA solution can be mixed in a clear form to become invisible once set or a white adhesive can be used to create a `milky` finish, altering the translucency of the glass.
Additionally, foreign objects such as fabrics, metals, wood veneer, stone veneer, paper, etc. can be placed between the glass to form both functional and decorative panel designs.
Key benefits provided by laminated glass are the increased thermal insulation offered, the shading they provide via an interlayer, and the increased safety they provide as the panel holds together even when shattered.
Laminated glass panels