The multilayered glass pane (triplex) consists of two or more panes with in-between layers of different types of film.
It has helped expand the use of glass panes in buildings as it can cover bigger areas, used in higher buildings and has high safety performance. Very often, in order to give buildings a personalised style and appearance, architects use colour on glass surfaces. Colour-wise they are not restricted like with common crystal. There is a wide spectrum of colours available (clear/semi clear/opaque). As a result we have the pleasant aesthetics of our personal and professional space together with the safety required in every construction. They remain colourfast in the sun and weather conditions and retain their structural stability. It should be stressed that they do not function as low-e glass panes.
Available thicknesses: (3+3) – (4+4) – (5+5) – (6+6) – (8+8) – (10+10) – (12+12) – (15+15) and combinations of other thickness depending on the construction.
The common clear glass panes have as main characteristic the high transmission of solar radiation. We all know the harmful consequences of the ultraviolet solar radiation to people and objects and the easiest way to avoid them is to close external shutters or the curtains resulting in less light and zero visibility.
The UV-LAM series of multilayered glass panes ensures the interception of the harmful ultraviolet sun rays averting:
- Colour fading of objects.
- Deterioration of surfaces (loss of shine).
- Chemical deterioration of objects (e.g. damage to plastic)
- Deterioration of sensitive edible products.
This protects products displayed in shop windows, museums, galleries, from the decolouration and fading without affecting the quantity of light or the visibility of the displayed products – objects.