Everlam introduces stiff PVB solution for architectural laminated safety glass

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Everlam’s new stiff PVB solution for architectural laminated safety glass - Everlam™ Super Tough - provides extra safety in applications where safety can’t be traded, such as glass balconies, balustrades, curtain walls, floors and stairs.

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Everlam has announced the launch of Everlam™ Super Tough
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.”

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