Laminated glass is produced when two or more glass panes are permanently bonded with one or more plastic interlayers (PVB) using heat and pressure. The glass and interlayers can be a variety of colors and thicknesses. Laminated glass is often called “safety glass” because it meets the requirements of EN14449 standard.

Laminated glass can be broken, but the fragments tend to adhere to the plastic layer and remain largely intact, reducing the risk of injury. Laminated glass can be incorporated with heat-strengthened and tempered glass to further increase impact resistance.