Fully tempered glassThis glass type can be manufactured from float glass or practically every known flat structured ornamental and cast glass.
Heat-soaked tempered glassEach basic glass contains extremely low quantities of nickel sulphide (NiS) crystals, which are inevitably introduced into the glass via the raw materials. In normal annealed float or patterned glass, these crystals do not have any relevance.
Implementation recommendationDetailed specifications for glass construction and the dimensioning of glass are based on the respective rules and are not stated here in detail.
Interior/exterior safetyClear regulation parameters govern the installation of glass elements in areas where there is a risk of falling.
Laminated safety glassSince its invention in 1909, and after more than a century of continuous improvement, laminated safety glass is a key component in the realisation of modern architecture.
Our product: LamiGlassGuardian LamiGlass®comprises two or more panes of glass bonded together using clear PVB interlayers.
Partially tempered glassProduction is the same as for fully tempered glass, but the cooling process is slower, which means that the stress differences in the glass are lower.
Our product: LamiGlass
Guardian LamiGlass®comprises two or more panes of glass bonded together using clear PVB interlayers.
By combining different combinations of glass thicknesses and numbers of interlayers, various performance levels can be achieved, ranging from safety and security to ballistic and blast-resistant. The PVB interlayer absorbs up to 99.5% of UV light, helping to reduce fading and aging in furnishing and artwork. Guardian LamiGlass®can also be combined with Guardian SunGuard®and Guardian ClimaGuard®coated products to add solar control and thermal insulation. Guardian LamiGlass®is used in many applications including curtain walls, facades, windows, overhead glazing, partitions, balustrades, floors, doors, furniture, aquariums, art galleries and museums.