Technique for making photoluminescent laminated glasses

In this article I would like to describe the technique used by Lucedentro to make laminated Photoluminescent glasses.

 

The sndwich glass can be made in 2 different types of mcchines:

1-Eva: (eta-vinyl-acetylate)

2- PVB: (poly-vinyl-butyral).

 

 Basically both are adhesive films that are placed between 2 glasses in conditions of vacuum and moderate heat .

 

Both their purpose is  to couple 2 glasses making them transparent and very safe (safety glasses) because if they break they don’t explode thanks to the adhesive film .

 

In 2008, Lucedentro added the possibility of making them  photoluminescent, creating new emotional applications for architects and designers.

 

 In short, we added a film of six tenths of a millimeter of photoluminescent pvc to the adhesive film and a decorative film designed for us by various architectural firms including the studio of architect Marco Piva in Milan.

 Over the years this technique has been refined thanks to the collaboration with skilled artisans of the sector, adding to the external glass applications of micro and macro sandblasting .

A True example of Made in Italy.

 

 Thanks for your  attention .

 

 luca Beltrame Ad, Lucedentro.

 www.lucedentro.com-

 


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