AxiLam comprises of two or more sheets of glass adhered together by heat and the use of pressure with an interlayer of either PVB, EVA or a specialist high strength ionoplast interlayer. The result is a durable, adaptable high performance glazing material that provides solutions for a wide range of architectural applications.
When used in vertical or sloped overhead applications, AxiLam can resist penetration from accidental impact. If the glass is broken, fragments adhere to the interlayer and are retained in place.
The PVB interlayer eliminates up to 99% of ultraviolet radiation.
The Standard PVB interlayer is 0.38mm thick, but is also available in 0.76mm and 1.52mm for increased resistance to penetration and security applications.
5100mm x 3210mm
AxiLam Toughened maximum size:
5500mm x 2800mm
Thickness commonly available:
6.38mm, 8.38mm, 10.38mm, 12.38mm
The Laminating process offers endless options in glass configurations. Combinations of coloured glass, Low E Glass, decorative glass and toughened glass are common applications of AxiLam.
AxiLam Toughened offers an ultra-durable and strong alternative to AxiTough or standard AxiLam. Normally used for large overhead spans and for additional safety in balustrade and pool fencing applications.
Certain sealants may cause edge de-lamination such as linseed oil putty. Only natural sealant silicone sealants are recommended. Laminated glass edges are not recommended.