Safety and Security glass
The company offers advanced glass tempering technology. Due to its smoothness, transparency and relative strength, glass is a preferred material with many applications, but it is fragile, which requires its curing for safety. The glass hardens after completion of all other machining and shaping to the desired size, drilling holes, edges and more. In a furnace, the glass is heated to 600 ° C and then cooled rapidly. Tempered glass is considered to be less risky than usual due to its 6 times higher strength and the fact that it breaks into small pieces that are less likely to cause injury. This allows the use of tempered glass in frameless elements such as doors, storefronts, glass furniture and more.
Designed for the sole purpose of keeping people safe, Stratobel is our expanded range of laminated glass that looks identical to normal glass but is strong enough to provide protection against injuries, falls, breakouts and vandalism. Protection is provided by a polyvinylbutyral (PVB) layer (plastic material) placed between the glasses. Undergoing many forms of impact and testing, different glass thicknesses and configurations determine the level of safety.
The three main features of this range are:
- Injury Protection - Testing and Certification in accordance with EN 12600 (Class: 1B1 - 2B2)
- Fall protection - tested and certified in accordance with EN 12600 (Class: 1B1)
- Burglary and vandalism protection - tested and certified in accordance with EN 356. (Class: P1A-P5A)