LAMINATED GLASS

Field of Application Building Construction

Revolving door systems
• Panoramic elevators
• Facade glazings
• Roof glazings
• Street furniture
• Oriels and entrance areas and so on.

Fields of Application Interior Fittings

• Balustrades
• Fencings
• Showcases (Jeweler)
• Decoration elements
• Partitions
• Exhibit design and construction
and so on.

Glass Types

Analog to float glass, limitations only with strongly structured cast glass.

Technical Data

Minimum radius:
100 mm

Maximum
bending angle

150°
Maximum rise

800 mm
Maximales
weight

1000 kg
Maximale dimensions:

3,000 mm x 5,000 mm.*

* Maximum dimensions depend on geometry and are subject to technical verification.

Features

Due to the multitude of possible geometries and the different structural changes resulting from it there are no generally approved superstructures with regard to sound insulation and safety as there are for planar glass.
As a rule the approved features of planar glass which was manufactured with the same process and consists of the same components are taken as basis. The manufacturer points out that the curved unit has not been subject to inspection. In practice this is sufficient for constructors and approval agencies.

Exceptions:
• Elevator construction – Fall safe glazing in the traffic area
• Overhead glazing

In general it has to be expected that the resistance and safety features of curved glass are better than those of comparable planar glass. (increasing - the closer the radius)







Approved safety features GLABIE laminated glass
(related to planar superstructures PVB-AF-Trosifol)

Resistance class
according to DIN EN 356
Analog DIN 52290
Glass type
Thickness

P1A

A

GLABIE VSG 8/2

7 mm

P2A

A1 acc. to part 4

GLABIE VSG 8/2

9 mm

P4A

A3 acc. to part 4

GLABIE VSG 8/2

9,5 mm

P6B

B1 acc. to part 3

GLABIE VSG 16/4

18 mm

P7B

B2 acc. to part 3

GLABIE VSG 18/3

24 mm

BR3S

C2SA acc. to part 2

GLABIE VSG 18/3

23 mm

BR4S

C3SA acc. to part 2

GLABIE VSG 28/4

31 mm