Laminated glass is a type of safety glass created by fusing two layers of glass with a polyvinyl butyral (PVB) interlayer. This bonding process ensures that if the glass breaks, it remains intact, often resembling a spider’s web pattern, enhancing safety and security.
The unique construction of laminated glass makes it an excellent choice for both commercial and residential settings, particularly in areas where safety and security are paramount. It's ideal for shopfronts, door panels, and various architectural applications.
Introduction to Laminated Glass
Safety and Security Features
Customisation and Applications
Our Specialised Offerings
Our laminated glass is versatile for various settings, including building and housing projects, overhead glazing like skylights, business and shop fronts, and door panels. It's customisable in clear, white, bronze, grey, and various thicknesses to meet specific project needs and building code requirements.
At Hurry Bros, we also offer acoustic laminated glass, which includes a soundproof membrane between the glass layers for superior sound absorption. Our laminated glass comes in thicknesses ranging from 6.4 to 13.5, tailored to your specific project requirements.