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Laminated safety glass to EN ISO 12543

STADIP laminated safety glass comprises two or more sheets of float glass which are laminated together using a low-elasticity, highly tear resistant interlayer of Polyvinyl-Butyral (PvB) film.

Different combinations of thicker glass and interlayer can achieve additional safety features such as impact-penetration- bullet or even bomb blast resistance.

Safety glass characteristics in accordance with EN ISO 12543-2 and ÖNORM B 3710:

  • Injury protection and splinter-retention
    At mechanical overload by means of impact, the broken pieces remain attached to the PvB interlayer and the sheet usually remains whole. Similar to a car windscreen, the danger of injury is reduced significantly.
  • Overhead glazing
    The Austrian Institute for Building technology „OIB“also requires, in Regulation Nr. 4, the use of laminated safety glass in glass roofs in residential buildings.
  • Guarding against falling
    The Austrian Institute for Building technology „OIB“ requires, in Regulation Nr. 4, the use of laminated safety glass in areas where guarding against falling is necessary.
  • Integrity
    An increased integrity after breakage can be fulfilled when using STADIP made of two sheets of PLANIDUR (heat-strengthened glass).
  • Ball impact resistance
    STADIP fulfills the requirements of DIN 18032 Part 3, with a composition of 2 x 4 mm glass and 0,38 mm PvB.
 
Composition of laminated safety glass
 
Fracture pattern of laminated safety glass