Laminated Glass

Laminated glass consists of two or more layers of glass adhered together with plastic interlayer. At breakage, glass fragments do not scatter, it all remains in one piece until replacement which minimizes the risk of injury.

A quick overview of the lamination process:

  1. The assembly process of the glass with the interlayer takes place in an extremely clean atmosphere which Dr. Greiche guarantees with its fully atmosphere-controlled and dust-insulated “clean rooms.”
  2. The three sheets pass by the vacuum conveyor or “nip-roller” to empty all the air in between them and bond them together.
  3. To ensure a strong bonding and bubble free product, the laminated glass is finally put in an air pressure furnace called an “autoclave”.

Assembly and Clean Room

Autoclave

We are distinguished in our flat laminated glass production as it reaches dimensions up to 2.5 x 7 m with unit thickness ranging up to 90 mm. Glass sheets used in lamination can be annealed, toughened, tinted, high performance, printed, etc…

Our major laminated glass products:

Laminated glass

All our laminated products are warranted for 5 years against de-lamination of transparent laminates under normal conditions.