VIC_ VIETNAM STANDARD - TCVN 7364-1: 2004 - DEFINITIONS AND COMPONIENTS
In the standard use of the following terminology and definition:
1.1. Glued laminated glass (laminated glass): product including a glass glued to a glass or more or plastic panel with one or more intervening layers (see Appendix A).
1.2. Laminated glass with fire resistant properties: laminated layers is not reached because the interlayer react at high temperatures.
Not classified separately glass products in the resistant, only classified as product is mounted in a suitable frame, then both glazing and frame were classified according to temperature resistance
1.3. Fire resistant laminated glas: multi-layer laminated glass has at least one interlayer when reacting at high temperatures will make product temperature resistance. This product may also include heat-resistant material composition.
1.4. Symmetrical laminated glass in which the laminated layers, two ordered surface is glass, plastic and (the) interlayer is symmetriced by type, thickness, how to improve and / or common characteristics.
1.5 Asymmetrical laminated glass: laminated layers, in which, the two ordered surface is the glass, plastic and the interlayer are asymmetriced by type, thickness, the finishing and / or common characteristics.
1.6. Laminated flat glass: laminated layers, including the glass and the plastic with a no bending or forming during manufacture.
1.7. Curved laminated glass: laminated layers, including the glass and the plastic composition-formed or bent before pasting.
1.8. Laminated safety glass: laminated glass in case of breakage, the interlayer holds the fragments, limits the broken, ensure the remaining durability and reduce injury.
1.9. Stock sizes: the size intended to be cut again or be processed further for the ultimate goal.
1.10. Finished sizes: available sizes are produced or cut from rough size, and can be further processed, for example, sharpening the edges, punch or surface decoration, etc. ...
1.11. Interlayer: layers or acting material as a binder and separate the glass and / or the plastic. This class also add properties to the finished product, for example, impact resistance, heat resistance, sun control, sound resistance.
1.12. Lamination process folio: during the paste, which interlayer between the hard plates are placed between layers of glass, then heat and pressure to create the final product.
1.13. Cast-in-place Lamination process: in the paste, which is an intervening layer formed by coating a liquid between the glass and then treated chemically to produce final product.
The component materials must conform to the current product standards.
For example, TCVN 7218: 2002 glass panel construction - Float glass - Technical requirements.
For other kinds of glass see also references.
3. The composition materials:
Laminated layers can be made of glass panels, plastic and interlayer following (list not full):
a) Kinds of glass
- Float glass;
- Glass panel;
- Glass patterns;
- Polished Glass fiber reinforced;
- Glass fiber reinforced with marbled.
Glass can be:
- Glass, colored glass or cover glass;
- Transparent glass, frosted glass or tempered glass;
- Annealed glass, forged or annealed glass;
- Glass surface treatment, eg grit blasting or etching glass.
b) The glossy plastic sheet:
- The glossy plastic panels can be:
- No color, color, or coated;
- In transparent or translucent.
c) The interlayers different in:
- Type and composition of materials;
- Mechanical properties
- Optical properties;
- Intervening layer can be:
- No color or colors;
- In, translucent or opaque;
- Glass use to paste must be suitable with the equivalent standards.
If the plastic and interlayer have been standardized, it should apply that standard. If these materials are not subject to standardized, reference standards and technical requirements of the manufacturer laminated layers, these standards will be applied in conjunction with procedures to control product quality production of plant in the quality assurance system.