What are safety glasses?
Safety glasses are the glasses that protect us from:
- The impact from a foreign body on them
- Weather phenomena
- Robberies and vandalisms
- Gunshots and explosions
- Glass in its original form
- NOT A SAFETY GLASS
- Used as a basic product for other proceed glasses
- When breaks there are being created big pieces which can cause bad injuries
- Can be installed in many applications but CAUTION; not be installed in places where safety glasses are required under law
Makes the glass five times stronger and when it breaks it crumbles into hundreds of little pieces which reduce the risk of injuries it has improved specifications which make it suitable for difficult applications with notch holes and spot supports (colors, skylights, partitions, kitchens).
Is the glass which is consisted of 2 or more glass sheets with an intermediate foil. When it breaks the pieces of the glass stay stuck to the glass and do not cause any injuries. Depending on the layers of glass and foils the laminated glass panels are classified in the following categories:
- Anti-injuring (EN 12600)
- Anti-vandal (ΕΝ 356)
- Bulletproof (ΕΝ 1063)
The fireproof glass offers us visual contact with the fire. There are three categories of fireproof glasses:
1. E: offers us only integrity for a limited time.
2. EW: offers us integrity and protection from radiation for a limited time.
3. EI: offers us integrity, protection from radiation and insulation for a limited time. It’s used in emergency exit doors.