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.
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.