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Viridian VLam consists of two or more sheets of glass bonded together by heat and pressure with an interlayer of either PVB, EVA or a specialist high strength ionoplast interlayer.
Resin Pour or Cast In Place (CIP) is another form of lamination. Edge tape is applied to the edge of the glasses before a liquid resin is poured between the two sheets. The resin is cured under UV lights. Only available in New Zealand.
The result is a durable, adaptable high performance glazing material that can provide solutions to many architectural applications. Within the Viridian range there is a wide variety of laminated glass options.
The laminating process provides almost limitless options in glass configurations. Combinations of solar control glass, special interlayers, Low E and coated glass, as well as decorative glass provide tailored solutions. Toughened laminated glass is also available for large overhead spans and additional safety in balustrades and Viridian Structural Glazing Systems. Glass options for floors and very thick glass for aquariums are also available.
|SHGC Solar Heat Gain Coeffecient3||0.55|
|Centre of Glass U-value with Argon gas||1.2|
|Wooden Windows R VALUE4||0.45|
|Aluminium Windows R VALUE4||0.28|
|Aluminium Windows Thermally Broken R VALUE4||0.36|
|UPVC Windows R VALUE4||0.45|
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