Our technology is based on a flexible polymeric sheet sandwiched between two ultra-thin glass sheets that undergo a special treatment during the various stages of the production process. The molecular structure of the glass is thus changed to make it stronger which results in clear or mirrored glass of a thickness of 1,25 mm. The glass is flexible, it is shock-absorbing and the surfaces will not show any scratches.
How it works
When the company accepts an order a testing and certification stage is initiated to ensure safety and compliance to regulations. This certification process is obligatory for each specific application. Some tests can be done in-house, while other testing is done by certified bodies. Each part of the process is individually marked to ensure traceability during use.
After the necessary test have been executed and certificates have been obtained, the production process starts. This process is non-stop and is of a continuous nature -24h/24h-. An order can be delivered in approximately 8 weeks.
Glass has a number of advantages if compared to traditional polycarbonate. It has almost half the thickness (1,25 mm/0.049 inch versus 3,25 mm/0,125 inch), our solution is up to 25% lighter, yet highly robust as well as scratch and UV-resistant and 99.9% transparent. The product barely expands or contracts when exposed to extreme temperatures. Our products can be produced in every thickness, shape and size. Our production procedures guarantee quality. While classic polycarbonate and other polymeric products can result in the rejection of 70% of material during installation, AviationGlass & Technology B.V. can deliver materials that can be immediately fitted correctly which means that costs are lowered.
Transparent glass impact test
Our testing facility puts our transparent glass to the test by conducting a high-impact resistance check.
Mirrored glass impact test
Our testing facility puts our mirrored glass to the test by conducting a high-impact resistance check.