Lamınated Glass

Cutting
Float glass is cut and broken at a desired thickness and colour through full-automatic CNC cutting and side breaking tables.

Grinding
Sharp edges remaining after cutting are rounded with diamond wheel by use of CNC machines.

Washing
For a clean processing, glass should be washed up with demineralised water after machining.

Screen-printing
Entire border of glasses are dyed in black. The aim is to protect chemicals binding the glass and vehicle’s body shell against the sunlight. The printing design and silk sieve is produced by the company.

Bending (Curving)
Inner and outer glasses processed separately until this stage are stacked and bent (curved) in bending furnaces. Glass is heated up to 600 °C, which is the softening temperature, and bent in the form of the ring mould placed by means of gravitational acceleration.

Washing-Cleaning and PVB Assembly
BThe pair of bent glasses is made available for the final assembly process through the state-of-the art washing systems. A plastic layer of PVB (polyvinyl butyral) is placed at a thickness of 0.76 mm between inner and outer glasses. This process is made in special insulated and conditioned clean rooms.

Vacuuming
Air between PVB and glasses is absorbed.

Autoclave
The final assembly of inner and outer glasses is made at an Autoclave at 150 °C and 14 bars.

Final Control and Packing
Packing processes are carried out after final controls.