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Laminated Safety Glass

Laminated glass is a material produced by placing a hard protection material known as polyvinyl butyral between two or more layers of glass and permanently combining the layers with heat and pressure.

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·         Displays, roof and ceiling window, air deflectors, safety rails, indoor partition panels, museums, banks, hospitals (especially psychiatry clinics), crossing points around heavy traffic, schools, nursery schools, police stations and military offices, sports complexes for active sports.