EVERLAM launches new stiff PVB solution for architectural laminated safety glass

EVERLAM
December 13, 2017
By EVERLAM
Dec. 12, 2017 - EVERLAM has announced the launch of EVERLAM SUPER TOUGH, its new stiff PVB solution and a key addition to its portfolio of quality products and services.

EVERLAM SUPER TOUGH provides extra safety in applications where safety can’t be traded, such as glass balconies, balustrades, curtain walls, floors and stairs. In case a glass panel breaks, EVERLAM SUPER TOUGH maintains it solidly in place for a longer time than with standard PVB, thus enabling modern design that relies on the use of beautiful over-sized glass panels with minimum visible frames. By making the glass stronger, thinner glass can be used to minimize the weight and cost of the entire glass structure.

EVERLAM SUPER TOUGH combines a high-performance product with the superior level of technical expertise, which is EVERLAM’s DNA.

Harald HAMMER, EVERLAM CEO, commented: “EVERLAM’s innovative spirit is at work again to bring value-added solutions to our customers and to the market. We are confident that EVERLAM SUPER TOUGH will raise their interest as it combines what they value most in our company – high-quality product and outstanding customized technical service. In addition, it can be processed on a standard lamination line, which is a critical factor for our customers. EVERLAM SUPER TOUGH is a great addition to our portfolio, which now includes EVERLAM CLEAR, EVERLAM WHITE and EVERLAM COLORED PVB interlayer, as well as EVERLAM QUIET, our acoustic solution.”

For more information
www.everlam.com

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