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Laminated Glass


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Laminated Glass


Lamination Process

The lamination process was invented in 1903, but it was intended solely for safety. When glass is laminated and then broken, it shatters into a spider web-like fracture instead of breaking into shards of glass. Now, laminated glass can be used for decorative glass purposes as well as for extra durability to match any design.

ColorKote laminated glass bonds an inner-layer between two or more sheets of glass by way of heat and pressure. With different commercial glazing applications, there are different design options for our laminated glass.

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Lamination Textures


Lamination Textures


We use our lamination process to give you a unique and durable way to design. Use fabrics, drawings, images, prints, paper for the inner layer to create a space of your choosing.

There are endless possibilities of textures and colors to add to your laminated glass.