Laminated safety glass using EVERLAM™ PVB interlayer provides a range of protection levels. It will help delay a burglar’s entry while security forces arrive or deceive a potential burglar.


Our solutions

  • EVERLAM™ CLEAR — elastic, adhesive, strong and durable, it gives laminated glass its properties of safety, noise control, ultra-violet (UV) protection and protection against hurricanes.
  • EVERLAM™ WHITE — a great solution when no compromise between light and privacy can be made. Suitable for interior doors and windows, meeting rooms or balconies, it helps create fully-private or semi-private areas while allowing in a maximum of natural light.
  • EVERLAM™ COLOR — our range of beautiful mineral nuances of blue, green, bronze and grey colors make elegant and distinctive building design and are an inspiration for creative architects and designers.
  • EVERLAM ™QUIET — a state-of-the-art acoustic offering solution, it is a unique sound blocking solution combining a high-performance PVB film with the superior level of technical expertise and customer service that is the company’s trademark.
  • EVERLAM™ SUPER TOUGH — extra resistant PVB solution that provides extra strength and safety in applications where safety can never be traded, such as glass balconies, balustrades, curtain walls, floors and stairs.
  • EVERLAM™ COOL— a new generation of high-performance PVB film using nanoparticles technology, which uniquely combines an excellent protection against infra-red radiation with the advantage of allowing light in while preserving natural colors of what is behind the glass.



Our EVERLAM™ PVB interlayer complies with the norms in force:

  • EN356 - Glass in building, security glazing, testing and classification of resistance against manual attack.
  • ASTM C 1172 - Standard Specification for Laminated Architectural Flat Glass.
  • ASTM F1233 – Standard test method for security glazing materials and systems.
  • UL 972: Burglar Resistant Glazing.
  • ANSI Z97.1 - American National Standard for Safety Glazing Materials Used in Buildings.


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