Laminated architectural glass QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY BELFAST
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laminated architectural glass
laminated architectural glass
laminated architectural glass
laminated architectural glass
laminated architectural glass
laminated architectural glass
laminated architectural glass
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Characteristics

Type
laminated
Technical characteristics
safety
Appearance
plain
Finish
colored
Applications
for facade
Other characteristics
PVB Polyvinyl butyral

Description

Vanceva® Colors PVB interlayer The Vanceva® Colors interlayer system enhances the style of laminated safety glass like never before—combining color and white interlayers to produce more than 17,000 transparent, translucent, or solid colored glass combinations - creating just the right look and ambience. In fact, no other PVB interlayer system offers the ability to achieve the range of colors and varied translucency in glass that Vanceva does. Multicolored Vanceva interlayers has been utilized both externally and internally in this redevelopment of the Bernard Crossland Building. The exterior has been adorned with Vanceva laminate fins to produce a façade that is striking in both sunlight and when illuminated at night. The brightly coloured laminate theme continues internally producing a modern facility for over 1000 students and staff. Queen's University Vice Chancellor professor, Patrick Johnston said "This state-of-the-art facility will contribute to the vision of the ICT Industry in Northern Ireland to be a world class centre for ICT excellence." GlasSeal are proud to have supplied the toughened, HST laminate utilizing Eastman's Vanceva to this landmark building in the centre of Belfast.

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