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SentryGlas interlayers are used in laminated glass to help architects and glazed building system manufacturers meet society’s need for security and safety.

SentryGlas is five times stronger and up to 100 times stiffer than conventional laminating materials. With this kind of strength the glass can be a more active structural element in the building envelope, opening up design possibilities that didn’t exist before.

Key Features
  • Low deflection
  • Outstanding post-breakage resistance to creep and collapse; glass fragments remain firmly bonded to the interlayer, reducing chance of injury
  • Tolerates high stress loads
  • Allows for more expansive facades to be engineered and a reduced need for four-sided edge framing
  • Is stiffer and tougher than conventional interlayers, and can withstand greater impacts in materials- saving thin glazing installations.
  • Can be used with coated low-E glass for improved energy efficiency
  • Retains its clarity; is extremely durable and resistant to clouding, even after years of exposure
  • For a demonstration of SentryGlas by Viridian visit their YouTube Channel by clicking here.
Scope of Use
  • Structural glass balustrades
  • Minimally supported and open-ended railings, facades and canopies
  • Structural glass flooring, stairs, walkways and pedestrian bridges
  • Security screening for prisons, banks and areas requiring high levels of protection

Viridian Glass is a provider of residential and commercial glass in New Zealand.

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