Glass triplexation is a multilayer structure consisting of two or more glass panes with a special high-strength film (PVB) between them. Glass lamination is carried out at the factory by autoclaving on modern high-tech triplexation lines. After thorough antistatic cleaning, the glass panes are interlayed with a film having a given thickness and color. The lamination process takes place in a special sterile chamber at a certain temperature. Then the structure is heated, passes through pressure rollers and enters the autoclave, where under temperature of about 138°C and a pressure of 14 atm it acquires final properties. The films are sintered together with glass, the connection occurs at the molecular level, so the material does not delaminate during use. The more layers of glass and films, the higher the level of safety and protection. As a result, the triplex manufactured by film technology has the best optical characteristics compared to other production methods.

Technical production capabilities:

  • Maximum flat triplex size: 3,500 х 2,000 mm
  • Maximum bent triplex size: 3,500 х 2,000 mm
  • Maximum glass thickness: 120 mm
  • Glass lamination line productivity: from 200 m2 per shift

Our offered triplex options include:

  • Transparent flat and bent triplex
  • Colored flat and bent triplex
  • Triplex combination of tempered and untreated glass
  • Armored glass of any thickness (certified)

Types of mechanical processing of laminated glass:

  • Euro edging
  • cutout milling
  • hole drilling
  • faceting
  • engraving

Used materials

float glass

  • energy-saving
  • body-tinted
  • solar-protective
  • low-emission
  • tempered
  • multifunctional

Films: Trosifol (Japan), DuPont (France)


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