Saflex Storm PVB interlayer

Saflex
  • Protecting building occupants and pedestrians from accidental glass impact, breakage, or fallout.
  • Providing burglary and forced-entry resistance, ballistic protection, and bomb blast resistance.
  • Providing hurricane force resistant technology to laminated glazing systems.
  • Filtering more than 99% of UV rays
Saflex Storm PVB interlayer
Product Name
Saflex Storm PVB interlayer
Manufacturer
Saflex
Blinds, sunblinds and films
Window and door films
Architectural glass
Safety glass
Material
Glass
Glass types
Safety glass
Transparent
Film type
Security
Permanent

Storm and cyclone resistant interlayer for laminated glass

Saflex Storm interlayers are specifically designed and formulated to meet the exacting building requirements for laminated glass in severe wind and windborne debris markets.  These are tough, resilient interlayers that provide rigidity, strength, glass adhesion, and protection against windborne debris and flying objects.  Laminated glass made with Saflex Storm PVB interlayer is designed to retain glass shards in post breakage scenarios. 

Whereas no single product offers complete protect from a powerful cyclone or storm, these solutions can be used to help maintain the building envelope and aid in keeping the structure intact throughout the duration of severe wind storms, and until replacement can be made of any broken or damaged glazing.  Saflex Storm interlayers can be used for impact resistant glazing design of normal and essential facilities.  Common large missile impact protection from a flying timber and small missile protection at higher elevations and increased wind loads can be achieved with these products.

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