Colour Interlayers are used within glass to create coloured glass panels with a range of different colours, effects and light transmission.
London Architectural Glass use colour interlayers from Vanceva to create a range of coloured effects within glass panels with over 1000 different colour options and finishes available.
The Vanceva coloured interlayer system is based on a group of 13 base interlayers which can be combined and layered between two pieces of glass to achieve the desired colour or effect. Vanceva interlayers are PVB based interlayers coloured with highly stable pigments rather than ink. This colouring process is much more stable under heat and light for a durable coloured glass panel that will not fade or dull under sun exposure
There are 8 standard colours with soft highly transparent hues, 3 speciality colours for brighter coloured effects, 2 translucent interlayers to add privacy to a glass panel and 2 opaque interlayers for total privacy and very low light transmission.
Up to 4 of these interlayers can be combined together for different effects and colours.
For example any of the coloured interlayers or a combination of them can be laminated with a translucent interlayer for a cloudy glass effect.
The opaque coloured interlayers can be used to create a two sided colour by sandwiching an opaque interlayer between the two desired colours.
London Architectural Glass can provide samples and advise on creating the coloured effect that you want. Vanceva interlayers can also correspond to standard colouring systems such as RAL or Pantone for colour matching across a design.