Bullet Resistant Glazing Installation and Cleaning Guidelines These guidelines are in addition to, and are to be read in conjunction with, the guidelines in the latest edition of the Glazing Manual published by the Glass Association of North America. These should be included as part of the glazing specification.
Available level 1-8 with the fastest leadtime in the industry
Installation: See PRL Glass Systems installation recommendations. PRL recommends that all glass be installed in a Bullet.
guidelines set forth in the current edition of the Glass Association of North America (GANA) Glazing and Sealant Manuals.
All glass should be installed in accordance with the guidelines set forth in the current edition of the Glass Association of North America (GANA) Glazing and sealant Manuals. Glazing systems should incorporate a weep system to allow moisture and water to scape glazing channel.
Guarding against a volume of weaponry and ammunition, our bullet resistant glass is perfect for entrance doors, cashier windows, and more.
Get the job done with a variety of bullet resistant levels from us. For level 3 we generate 1.10″ standard overall thickness, the overall thickness depends on the threat level. Furnished in clear and a range of shades, we bond proprietary blends of PVB and polycarbonate to layers of glass. Thinner and lighter than others on the market.
Manufacturing all safety panels in our facility, we produce maximum standard sizes up to 48″ x 96″ and custom sheets up to 60″ x 96″.
PRL is excited to have an In house lamination line and we are able to offer you custom made laminated glass with the fastest lead times in the industry. Laminated glass is another option used when safety glass is required. It can be manufactured using glass that is annealed, heat strengthened or tempered and can be made up using different glass types including: tinted, reflective, patterned, and or mirror. Laminated glass is produced by bonding layers of glass together under pressure and heat, with a layer of film, called the interlayer, in between them. The interlayer absorbs the energy impact and allows the sheet as a whole to flex and bend. Although the glass may break, the glass fragments remain firmly bonded to the interlayer, minimizing the risk of injuries and or provide resistance to the passage of persons or objects.