laminated

Laminated Glass

Laminated Glass is two or more sheets of glass bonded together by a single or multiple interlayer’s to produce a desired outcome. The benefits of laminated glass are plentiful ranging from strength and safety under impact, through to custom colors, custom designs and energy.

We offer laminated glass in a wide range of colors, thicknesses and sizes. We cut, shape, drill and bend laminated glass to your custom requirements. Our processing is performed on CNC machines ensuring that the finished product is exactly what you have ordered.

We can laminate many of our glass types including combination’s of glass types giving you the energy efficiency; glass performance and aesthetic that you need to make your next project special. Triple laminated glass is also available and is often used on stairs, Pool ends and Aquariums, glass facades, glass floors

Our PVB interlayers are supplied by leading manufacturers such as Du Pont, Solutia and Saflex and include the Vanceva range of colors, the RAL and Pantone standard colors.


Translucent glass is a type of glass that allows diffused light to pass through while obscuring visibility. It is achieved through methods such as acid etching, sandblasting, or applying adhesive films. Translucent glass offers privacy, adds aesthetic appeal, diffuses light, and is relatively easy to maintain. It is commonly used in areas such as bathrooms, office partitions, and decorative elements in doors and windows.


Translucent glass is a type of glass that allows diffused light to pass through while obscuring visibility. It is achieved through methods such as acid etching, sandblasting, or applying adhesive films. Translucent glass offers privacy, adds aesthetic appeal, diffuses light, and is relatively easy to maintain. It is commonly used in areas such as bathrooms, office partitions, and decorative elements in doors and windows.

Hush glass typically consists of multiple layers of glass with an interlayer of specialized acoustic material. This construction helps to absorb and dampen sound waves, preventing them from passing through the glass. The specific composition and thickness of the glass layers and interlayer can vary depending on the desired level of sound insulation.

Benefits of hush glass include:

  1. Noise reduction: Hush glass is designed to significantly reduce the transmission of noise, whether it’s from external sources like traffic or industrial activity, or internal sources like loud machinery or conversations. It helps create a quieter and more comfortable indoor environment.
  2. Privacy: In addition to its soundproofing properties, hush glass also offers privacy by limiting visibility. It can be frosted or opaque, further enhancing privacy while reducing noise.
  3. Energy efficiency: Hush glass often has insulating properties that help improve energy efficiency by reducing heat transfer. This can contribute to maintaining a comfortable indoor temperature and potentially reducing energy consumption.

The key features and benefits of Comfort Plus glass include:

  1. Low-E Coating: Comfort Plus glass is typically coated with a low-emissivity (low-E) coating. This coating is applied to the glass surface to reflect heat energy (infrared radiation) back to its source. It helps to keep indoor spaces cooler in hot weather by reducing solar heat gain and prevents heat loss during colder months by reflecting indoor heat back into the room.
  2. Insulating Properties: Comfort Plus glass often includes a layer of insulating material, such as argon or krypton gas, sandwiched between the glass panes. This gas acts as a thermal barrier, reducing heat transfer and improving the overall energy efficiency of the glass.
  3. UV Protection: Comfort Plus glass provides protection against harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun. It helps to minimize the fading and damage of interior furnishings, such as furniture, flooring, and artwork, by blocking a significant portion of UV radiation.
  4. Enhanced Comfort: By reducing heat transfer, Comfort Plus glass helps to maintain a more comfortable indoor environment. It helps to eliminate hotspots near windows and reduces the need for excessive heating or cooling, contributing to improved thermal comfort for occupants.

Comfort Plus glass is commonly used in residential and commercial buildings, particularly in windows and glazed areas. It can help reduce energy consumption, lower heating and cooling costs, and create a more comfortable and sustainable living or working environment.

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