6.38 Clear Laminated Glass

Clear Laminated Glass

6.38 clear laminated glass” refers to a specific type of safety glass that is made by bonding two sheets of glass together with an interlayer, typically made of polyvinyl butyral (PVB), to create a single pane. The numbers “6.38” indicate the total thickness of the glass in millimeters; in this case, it means that the glass pane is approximately 6.38 millimeters thick.

The construction of laminated glass typically follows this pattern:

  • A 3mm thick glass sheet
  • A 0.38mm thick PVB interlayer
  • Another 3mm thick glass sheet

The interlayer keeps the layers of glass bonded even when broken, and its high-strength prevents the glass from breaking up into large sharp pieces. This characteristic makes laminated glass particularly useful in situations where safety or security is a concern, such as in automobile windshields, glass doors, windows, and in areas prone to hurricanes or other impacts.

The clarity of the glass indicates that there are no tints or colors added to the material, making it fully transparent. Laminated glass also provides some degree of soundproofing and can block UV radiation, protecting interiors from sun damage.


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