Glass lamination process
The entire glass lamination process takes place in a specialized furnace which, apart from high temperature, creates a vacuum in a special pillow. This ensures permanent adhesion of the glass to the foil bonding them and the absence of air bubbles in the laminate. This is how it arises laminated safety glasswhich, if broken, will not scatter and injure people standing nearby. Eva foil, unlike PVB foil, it is not hygroscopic, which reduces the risk of delamination at the edge of the glass.
Glass laminated with EVA foil will work perfectly in conditions where there is moisture: external balustrades, glass canopies, shower walls. The use of laminated glass increases sound insulation compared to monolithic glass of the same thickness, as well as reduces the penetration of UV radiation. Other materials can be placed between the foil layers: materials, meshes, and graphics can be printed and then laminated. Each time before using an atypical material, it is advisable to make a glass sample.