Construction triplex or laminated glass for building purposes is a product consisting of two or more glasses bonded together by a special film. It was invented by French chemist Edouard Benedictus, who received a patent for it in 1909.
It belongs to the category of safe: it is challenging to break, and even with the destruction of fragments, it does not fly apart, remaining glued to the bonding layer, which prevents injury to humans. It is mainly used in vehicles' glazing (windshields of cars, railway rolling stock, aircraft, ships, etc.), windows and facades of buildings, armor.
Today, manufacturers have developed technology that allows them to produce not the usual three or two-layer products but six to seven layers. This led to a mechanical strength increase many times over. Now such a product can even withstand a shot from an AKM.
It is currently an ultra-modern material that is already used in the design of buildings because it has already gained popularity and proved its practicality and indispensability for both facade decoration and interior design.
It can be made of different types of glass and used as part of double-glazed windows. A vast range of films used for its manufacture allows you to get a variety of combinations of functions and colors to meet the customer's requirements and the development of modern architecture.
The wide range of applications is also due to its effective soundproofing and the ability to protect the room and furniture from ultraviolet light. In addition, the material is well machinable (drilling, polishing), it is possible to draw on it, to use bent shape, which has been successfully used in the decor. Its cost is calculated individually, depending on the characteristics that the customer wants to get.
StekloMir LLP has certificates of conformity for the production of laminated glass of all classes of protection. We use the most modern equipment for its production - Spanish Pujol ovens.
We produce flat and bent (curved) triplex for various purposes. Production is carried out by the film technology - with the use of EVA-films and the subsequent bonding in the machine vacuum lamination at a specific temperature and pressure. Only observance of all these conditions allows you to get products of excellent quality.
The following types of glass are used to make it:
- safe for facade glazing
- safe for the interior design of office, commercial and residential premises
- anti-vandal protective for banks, museums, etc.
Electrochromic triplex(smart glass) is made using electrochromic film, which changes transparency under the influence of an electric current.
- Reduced lighting and air conditioning costs;
- reduction of heat loss;
- protection against ultraviolet radiation;
- excellent light transmission both in the transparent and frosted state;
- resistance to ultraviolet radiation retains its properties for a long time;
- a 21st century alternative to curtains, blinds, shading partitions, and screens.
- Power consumption: not more than 7 W/m2;
- Power supply voltage: 110VAC;
- Switching from frosted to transparent: less than 1 second.
- Operating temperature range: -25oC to +60oC;
- Light transmission: up to 80% in transparent / up to 80% in frosted state;
- Transparency: more than 80% when on, less than 8% when off.
- The maximum size at the moment 2,500 mm*4,800 mm.
Smart glass is used in both exterior and interior glass products. It is mainly used in internal partitions and doors (it is possible to produce doors with technological cut-outs and openings), which are part of the premises inside which from time to time it is necessary to maintain confidentiality (for example, a meeting room or cash area of the bank), or to hide from sunlight. Designers and architects actively use it in advertising and various installations and the automotive industry for the temporary obscuration of car windows.
It is produced using a special technology, the essence of introducing LEDs in glass panels to create individual compositions, panels, or logos. The LEDs are energized by laminated film rather than by wires. The electric current is supplied through the busbar below. Ultra-bright LEDs use little power.
It can also be equipped with a handy remote control and a computer-controlled image controller—shapes of the image as desired by the customer.
Basic LED colors: red, white, blue, green, yellow. If you consider combinations with different colors of laminating film, colored or patterned glass, there are many more colors.
LED panels can be embedded anywhere, whether on the floor or ceiling, steps or signs, clocks or furniture, partitions or doors. Polymagic opens up an unusually wide range of possibilities in a wide variety of design areas.
And, of course, advertising. Advertising is another very promising application of Polymagic.
Chameleon glass (POLYFLUSH)
Chameleon glass (POLYFLUSH) is a triplex, with the structure inherent in all glasses of this type, but with a special film in its composition:
Chameleon film for glass is a new patented technology that allows you to create unique glass panels with colored patterns. The color of the Chameleon glass (POLYFLUSH) depends on the viewing angle. Glass does not contain metals, does not oxidize, and provides up to 99% protection against ultraviolet radiation. It looks colorful and attractive.
Chameleon glass (POLYFLUSH) is opaque from the light source and translucent in the opposite direction - if you look through it to the light source.
Chameleon (POLYFLUSH) Features:
- Dimensions: up to 1,371×3,810 mm.
- Thickness: 8-40 mm.
- Any form.
- It withstands from -20 to +80°C.
Chameleon POLYFLUSH can be used as glazing of facades of buildings and windows, the color of the glass will not fade or burn out in the sun, and the protective properties are not lost over time.
Chameleon (POLYFLUSH) looks attractive and unusual as a material or element of decoration of partitions, glass panels, doors, flooring, kitchen aprons, staircase railings, and escalators, shop windows, visors, furniture. They can virtually play with design installations.
Chameleon (POLYFLUSH) technology is perfectly combined and integrated with other technologies to produce decorative glass.
3210 x 6000 mm (flat)
2800 x 2500 mm (curved)
200 x 300 mm
4-19 mm (tempered)
4-12 mm (heat-strengthened)