Building glass

VSG laminated tempered laminated glass belongs to the family of safety glass. It is widely used in construction and architecture, most often in structures forming partitions, barriers, balustrades, roofing, stairs, floors and ceilings, glass facades, etc. Thanks to the wide technological possibilities of enriching the glass, in addition to its structural and architectural functions, we give it an aesthetic value: we produce bent VSG glass, full-surface painted, decorated with graphics, colored films and other accessories.
VSG glass consists of two or more glass panes joined together by means of one or more PVB (polyvinyl butyral) films. By varying the number and thickness of individual layers, laminated glass with different physical properties is obtained. We manufacture laminated glass according to PN-EN 12543.

Advantages of laminated glass laminated with PVB film:
• in the event of a VSG glass breakage, the associated PVB film holds back glass fragments, which minimizes the risk of injury
• laminated glass, even when broken, protects against the ingress of objects and people, providing an effective anti-burglary or protective barrier
• laminated glass increases the sound insulation of the partition – compared to monolithic glass of the same thickness
• See: Sound absorbing laminated glass
• VSG glass limits the penetration of UV radiation harmful to humans and objects
• laminated glass properly configured protects against fire or detonation wave

Composition and designation of VSG laminated glass
The laminated safety glass VSG includes soda-lime-silicate glasses in the following types:
• float – in thicknesses from 3 to 19 mm
• mass dyed float
• chemically etched glasses
• full-surface painted glass or screen printing technique printed on the outside or inside
• glasses with UV printed graphics inside the laminate
Glass laminates can consist of any combination of float glasses:
• annealed (unhardened)
• hardened (ESG)
• semi-hardened (TVG)
We additionally offer laminates with foil prints, decorative elements placed inside the laminate – this type of implementation requires individual arrangements with the Sales Department.
Depending on the purpose of laminated glass (roofs, balustrades, floors and landings, stairs, interior architecture), different thicknesses of glass and PVB film are used. The laminate marking method is commonly adopted and used, which is a description of the glass configuration, e.g. AB.C where:
A – the thickness of the first glass pane expressed in millimeters
B – the thickness of the second glass pane expressed in millimeters
C – number of PVB foils (one foil with a nominal thickness of 0.38 mm)
Example: VSG 44.2 glass means two # 4 mm panes and two 0.38 mm films or one 0.76 mm film
Example: VSG 106.4 glass means one glass # 10 mm, another glass # 6 mm and interlayer made of 4 x 0.38 mm PVB film or 2 x 0.76 mm
Example: VSG 10810.44 means one outer pane # 10 mm, middle pane # 8 mm, another outer pane # 10 mm and 2 interlayer of 4 x 0.38 mm PVB film or 2 x 0.76 mm


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