Laminated Glass – VLam™

Laminate Glass – Your first solution for Safety, Security & Noise Control Glass in New Zealand.





Made up of several sheets of glass, laminated glass is separated by one or more plastic films (PVB, EVA, or Sentryglas) so that if it breaks, the pieces remain attached to the film. It provides added safety, security, UV reduction, and noise reduction. 

Safety & Security with laminated glass

Laminated glass resists penetration from accidental or deliberate impact. If the glass is broken, fragments adhere to the interlayer and are retained in place for safety purposes. 

Laminate glass can reduce furniture fading

Offering high UV protection, laminated glass can reduce the rate of fading for furniture & flooring.

Minimise Outside Noise

Laminated glass provides noise dampening over the same thickness as usual glass, so you can enjoy a little peace and quiet in your space.


When laminated glass has been broken, the large pieces are kept together by the plastic interlayer. 

Tested & Certified

VLam™ is tested and certified to Grade A safety glass standards.

Reduced Rate of UV Fading

The PVB interlayer used in VLam™ eliminates 99% of ultraviolet radiation.

The process of laminating glass

Laminating glass is the process of bonding two or more sheets of glass together, with an interlayer in between. As you might have guessed – all the glass in our range of stock laminates is laminated.


  • Overhead glazing
  • Residential and commercial buildings where safety glass is required
Glass Options
Thickness (mm) Max size (mm)
Product 6.38 6.76 8.38 10.38 12.38
Clear 5100×3210
Grey 5100×3210
Green 4600×3210
Translucent 4280×2760

The standard PVB interlayer is 0.38mm thick. Also available are 0.76mm and 1.52mm for increased resistance to penetration and security applications.

Glass selection, glazing and manufacturing must be in accordance with Australian and New Zealand Standards

Interlayer colours are based on but are not identical to 6mm Viridian VFloat™ glass colours. The glazing system must allow for water drainage or be completely watertight.

Certain sealants may cause edge de-lamination such as linseed oil putty – neutral cure silicone sealants are recommended.

Laminated glass edges left exposed are not recommended.


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