Laminated Glass

Laminated glass consists of two sheets of glass bonded together by a plastic interlayer. It is heated to 70°C and then passed through a set of rollers to get rid of any excess air and to start the bonding process. It is then placed in an autoclave where heat and pressure finish the bonding process. Once completed the laminate is permanently bonded together.
Laminated glass that meets the requirements of AS2088 is rated as a Grade A Safety Glass.