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Nam Heng ( NHG ) Laminated,Safety & Security Glass

When safety and security are a must, is prefer offers a wide array of performance glass products to meet your needs.

Laminated – From windows and curtain walls, to aquariums and display cases laminated glass is the perfect safety solution. Two or more panes of glass are bonded together by a durable plastic interlayer,

Which enables the glass to strongly resist penetration by impacting objects. However, if it should break the glass will tend to remain in its frame, minimizing the risk of injury from sharp edges and flying or filling glass particles.

Because of its strength and safety features, laminated glass is preferred when any of the following are

  • A laminated glass is an assembly comprising at least two panes of glass, bonded together across their entire surface by an interlayer. For laminated safety glass, the most widely used interlayer is a plastic PVB (polyvinyl butyral) film

  • In the event of breakage, the bond between the glass and the interlayer ensures that the brokenpieces remain in place (at least for a certain period or up to a specified load level).

  • Laminated glass with PVB has its own system to denote composition. This takes the form of two (or more) figures indicating the thickness of the different panes of glass in mm, followed by a further figure separated from the rest by a dot giving the number (rather than the thickness) of the PVB films between each pane of glass. The PVB film are calculated with a thickness of 0.38mm.

  • Thermally toughened or heat-strengthened glasses are used to manufacture laminated glass. In specific applications requiring a high level of compressive, a laminated glass made up of thermally toughened and heat-strengthened glass is sometimes used; the former provides mechanical strength while the latter gives adequate residual stability if the glass breaks until it is replaced.

  • Heat-strengthened laminated glass is sometimes used when a higher level of bending resistance is required than that offered by float glass or to prevent the risk of breakage due to thermal shock.

  • Protection against forced entry

  • Glass floors or stairs

  • Protection from fallout of broken glass form building facades

  • Earthquake resistance

  • Protection from “smash and grab” thefts from storefront window displays


  • Architecture

  • Automotive windshield

  • Bullet/burst-purpose

  • Furniture

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