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Laminated Glass - Stratobel

in single and double glazing

Heuvel's Galery, Netherlands

Stratobel Stratobel description

  • Assembly of two or more panes of glass using one or more PVB (polyvinylbutyral) or EVA (ethyl vinyl acetate) interlayers
  • The structure of the assembly and the number of PVB interlayers determines the level of safety in terms of protection of individuals and property and protection against burglary, firearms and in the event of an explosion; can also be assembled with polycarbonate
  • Available with clear, coloured or opalescent PVB interlayers
  • Uses: For interior and exterior applications in single or double glazing

Range

The range of Stratobel laminated glasses is segmented into several categories, each of them satisfying various objectives in terms of aesthetics or performance.

Range table

* See laminated decorative glasses.
For the multilaminated components, see Stratobel Bullet-proof.

Benefits

  • Provides all levels of safety depending on the assembly and standards in force
  • Enhances sound insulation and protection against ultraviolet radiation
  • Can be combined with other glasses to offer solar control, enhanced thermal insulation and decorative functions

Identification

Stratobel glasses are identified by a code comprising:

  • a series of numbers indicating the nominal thickness of each of the panes of glass
  • a final figure referring to the number of 0.38 mm thick PVB films or of 0.4 mm thick EVA films, for example: 44.2 is a laminated glass comprising two panes of glass with a PVB interlayer 2 x 0.38 mm thick

Complex structures (bullet-proof glass, for example) have aspecial identification system.

Safety Levels and Classification

The level of safety offered by Stratobel laminated glasses is split into three categories:

  • Accident prevention – These glass products are classified according to EN 12600: Glass in building – Pendulum test – Impact test method and classification for flat glass
  • Burglarproof – These glass products are classified according to EN 356: Glass in building – Security glazing – Testing and classification of resistance against manual attack
  • Bullet-proof – These glass products are classified according to EN 1063: Glass in building – Security glazing – Testing and classification of resistance against bullet attack
TEMPERED GLASS

Glasses may be heat-treated to enhance their resistance to mechanical and thermal shocks.

NEW PRODUCTS

Heat Strengthend Glass

Thermally Toughened Glass

Thermally Toughened HST Glass

Tempered glass table

CERTIFICATES
certificate

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