What requirements does laminated safety glass (VSG) meet?
Laminated safety glass (VSG) is a laminated glass that meets safety requirements. During production, two individual panes are joined together with an intermediate layer – usually of PVB film – under the effect of pressure and heat to form a solid sandwich. The interlayer is normally clear transparent, but can also be used for decorative purposes. If the glass is broken, the shards stick to the film and the opening remains closed, depending on the intensity of the attack. By varying the thickness and number of glass and film layers, the LSG can be given different properties such as burglary, bullet or even blast resistance.