Glass | Ensuring the Quality of Laminated Safety Glass

Adjust Heat when Necessary

Laminated safety glass (LSG) consists of at least two flat panes of glass, which are laminated in a clean room with a sheet of PVB film between them. The temperature of the film can be monitored with infrared thermometers.

In the preheating furnace, the glass panes are heated in order to melt the film and simultaneously press the “sandwich” together, to prevent air pockets.

During the transition to the autoclaves, the temperature distribution is monitored with an infrared camera, in order to adjust the heating elements in the pre-lamination furnace for subsequent panes, when necessary

Process temperature: 50 °C to 600 °C

Measurement areas at LSG production
Measurement areas at LSG production
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