Laminated Glass

Two layers of glass used as bread slices over an interlayer  denotes laminated glass.  Laminated glass is viewed by many as a safer product than normal glass due to the fact that if it is broken, the pieces will remain attached to the sticky surface of the interlayer instead of exploding and erupting into many loose pieces.  This type of glass is commonly used in windshields, and as the cockpit windows of aircraft.


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