Resin Laminating

IF you wish to create a stronger, laminated safety glass then resin lamination is an alternative laminating technique to standard interlayer lamination using PVB or Sentry interlayers.

Resin lamination involves mechanically holding two panels of glass together and pouring liquid resin into the small gap in-between. Once the small cavity between the glass panels has been filled with the liquid resin this resin is then cured. Depending on the type of resin used this can either be cured using a chemical process or under the effect of ultra violet radiation on UV beds.

As with normal interlayer laminating you can resin laminate annealed glass, heat soaked or toughened glass depending on the application.

As resin laminating is a lamination technique all resulting glass panels are regarded as a safety glass under building guidelines and EN regulations.

Resin lamination is especially suited to glass panels with an uneven surface such as kiln formed or cast glass. These decorative pieces of glass can be laminated to a flat piece of glass to create a safety glass that can be used in construction.