Anti-theft security glass
Laminated glass is the best solution to provide sound control, as it can help us to reduce from 35-40 decibels. Don’t forget to take into account that the glazing system also plays an important role in reducing the passage of sound from the outside.
This film, which is usually PVB (although there are others such as EVA or Sentryglas, with different features), is an intermediate adhesion layer that, in addition to controlling sound waves, provides safety features to the glass. In addition to providing additional resistance, a great advantage is that in case of breakage, the film retains the glass fragments and avoids their detachment or “rain”. This means that penetration (in the case of a window) or falling (in the case of a skylight or dome) is prevented while the relevant repair is being made.
To manufacture laminated glass, it is first assembled, then preheated, pressed and then pressurized in an industrial autoclave. At the time of assembly, the glass must be pre-washed to prevent dust and other particles from being trapped between the sandwich layers of the laminated glass.
Safety glass with mesh
The protection of a business against theft and vandalism must include the choice of suitable safety glass. Below we explain the options available on the market to keep your business safe from these types of threats.
Certain types of establishments (clothing stores, hairdressing salons, art centers…) are particularly dependent on their shop windows. This is their business card and a magnet to attract new customers, but it is also one of the most vulnerable parts of a business.
Armored glass, tempered glass or safety display cases are some of the most common alternatives. These are active security measures manufactured with materials and procedures that make them extremely resistant and impact-proof. They can thus generate a more protected space without compromising the aesthetics and brightness of the establishment.
The highest levels of security are usually limited to the enclosures of commercial premises. This is because the thickness of maximum security glass makes it unfeasible to apply them to home security windows.
Safety glass for houses
We make our production order through a software that includes optimization of materials and orders to our suppliers, the production manager selects the materials and assigns them to that work, the accessories are classified and the orders of DVH or laminated glass are verified.
The production of the pre-frames begins, once they are delivered, the elaboration of carpentries begins, it is a process of great concentration and dedication of our personnel, only in this way we can guarantee an excellent quality, the openwork is made by pantograph and the die-cutting with pneumatic punching machines of Italian origin, the profile cutting machine must guarantee the perfect angle of cut and the perfect termination of the same.
The choice of glass can be defined by the location of the window, the need for security, privacy and several other factors. There are several types of glass, float, laminated, tempered, etc., particularly we work with float, laminated and DVH glass.
The professional comments that people today are becoming much more concerned about what type of glass the built structure should have. “The call is to be informed and evaluate the risks that exist in each case, from a house to a commercial premises,” he said.
That is why it emphasizes the current Chilean regulation NCh 135, which regulates the use of glass in architecture, where there are so-called “risk areas”, which should always use safety glass to prevent accidents, which can also be an anti-theft protection in case of buildings that have greater vulnerability.