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Adding Additional Properties to High Performance Glass through Interlayers

Presented at the Zak World of Facades Conference in London on October 4, 2017 by Sandeep Kashyap

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Adding Additional Properties to High Performance Glass through Interlayers

  1. 1. Adding additional properties to high performance glass through interlayers Sandeep Kashyap sandeep.kashyap@kuraray.com m: +44 740 88 50523 London, October 4, 2017
  2. 2. Glass is a fantastic material… 2 Shanghai Tower, China Louis Vuitton Museum, Paris Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
  3. 3. …but sometimes it breaks. 3 Accident Hurricane Vandalism NiS
  4. 4. Why laminated SAFETY glass? 4 Glass Glass Interlayer Laminated Glass SentryGlas® (SGP) Ionoplast and Trosifol® PVB interlayers
  5. 5. 5 Guardia Civil trying to enter a polling station in Catalonia on Sunday October 1, 2017
  6. 6. Glass Safety - Media coverage of falling glass panels - Legal Class Actions across the World - Growing interest in post glass-breakage safety Key drivers… Codes and Standards Growing in Europe Balustrades - Canada & US in 2016, India in 2017 Next wave : post glass breakage safety BS EN 356: Glass in building – Security glazing - Resistance against manual attack BS EN ISO 12543: Glass in building - Laminated glass and laminated safety glass BS EN 14449: Glass in building - Laminated glass and laminated safety glass - Evaluation of conformity/Product standard BS EN 12600: Glass in building – Pendulum test – Impact test method and classification for flat glass BS EN 13541: Glass in building - Security glazing - Testing and classification of resistance against explosion pressure BS 476 Fire tests on building materials and structures BS 6262: Glazing for buildings CWCT TN 66: Safety and fragility of overhead glazing: guidance on specification CWCT TN 67: Safety and fragility of overhead glazing: testing and assessment CWCT TN 68: Overhead glazing CWCT TN 69: Selection of glass to prevent falls from height CWCT TN 98: Fire performance of facades - Guide to the requirements of UK Building Regulations
  7. 7. Different laminated safety glass for different needs 7 Comfort Structural Decorative Security
  8. 8. Different laminated safety glass for different needs 8 Comfort Structural Decorative Security
  9. 9. Ultra Clear Interlayers for Ultra Clear Glass 9 SentryGlas® vs standard PVB Standard PVB vs Ultra Clear PVB - Select the right Clarity of the interlayers for use with Low iron / Ultra Clear Glass - SentryGlas® ionoplast and Trosifol® UC (UltraClear) PVB have a low Yellowness Index (YID)
  10. 10. October 3, 2017 10 Project Status: Ongoing Total Sqm: 35,000 Sqm (façade Application) ARCH: Mr. Anupam Dey Product: Trosifol Ultra Clear 1.52mm Fabricator: Glasswall Systems Laminator: Saint Gobain India & Art & Glass Glass Construction 5mm Planilux HS /1.52mm Trosifol® BGR 20/ 5mm Planilux HS + 16mm Air Gap + 6mm Planitherm HS Ultraclear façade: IndiaBulls BLU, Mumbai
  11. 11. Trosifol® Color & Tints Portfolio* * The colour samples are merely intended for illustration purposes. Custom colours are available on request. Red Colour code R.30 Light Green Colour code G.80 Sky Blue Colour code B.54 Medium Blue Colour code B.37 Violet Colour code V.30 11
  12. 12. Trosifol® Black & White Portfolio* * The colour samples are merely intended for illustration purposes. Custom colours are available on request. Brilliant Black (S.00) Diamond White (W.00) Shining White (W.17) White Translucent Sand White  100% opaque  100% opaque  Approx. 10% light transmittance  Approx. 55% light transmittance  Approx. 70% light transmittance Trosifol Business 12October 3, 2017
  13. 13. Trosifol® Decorative Glazing projects 13
  14. 14. Different laminated safety glass for different needs 14 Comfort Structural Decorative Security
  15. 15. Trosifol® Acoustic Urbanization forces people to live close together. Acoustic pollution causes serious health issue and reduces the concentration of human beings. 15
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  18. 18. 10 20 30 40 50 60 SoundReductionIndexR[dB] Frequency f [Hz] 10mm Annealed Glass 55.2 SentryGlas 0,89mm 55.2 TROSIFOL ES 0,76mm 55.2 TROSIFOL BG 0,76mm 55.2 TROSIFOL SC+ 0,76mm 55.2 TROSIFOL SC 0,76mm 18 Acoustic Performance Estimation Guideline Monolithic  Acoustic PVB Laminate Interlayer Rw (C,Ctr) [dB] Annealed glass 10mm 33 (-1/-2) SentryGlas 0,89mm 35 (-2/-3) TROSIFOL ES 0,76mm 35 (-1/-3) TROSIFOL BG 0,76mm 35 ( 0/-2) TROSIFOL SC+0,76mm 38 (-1/-3) TROSIFOL SC 0,76mm 38 ( 0/-2) Thumb rule Monolithic  Laminate with acoustic PVB: +4 dB + 4-5dB
  19. 19. How can I achieve noise insulation, reduce weight of the construction and save costs? Laminated Glass 19 5mm 5mm Acoustic laminated glass 5mm 5mm Rw = 35dB Rw = 36dB 0.76mm Trosifol® Clear PVB 0.76mm Trosifol ® SC (Sound Control) PVB 10mmMonolithic Glass Rw = 33dB 3mm 3mm Rw = 38dB
  20. 20. 20 Laminated Glass Acoustic Laminated Glass Rw = 38dB Rw = 40dB 6mm 3mm 3mm 6mm 4mm 4mm 6mm 4mm 4mm Rw = 41dB How can I achieve noise insulation, reduce weight of the construction and save costs? 0.76mm Trosifol® Clear PVB 0.76mm Trosifol ® SC (Sound Control) PVB
  21. 21. Trosifol® Sound Control 21 SC Multilayer Risk of Orange peel Yes, standard and color Yes Low Excellent Standard PVB Great / Good Yes, standard and color Yes Low (Trosifol UltraClear) Good Optic Films Combination P2A Yellowness Index Acoustic performance SC Monolayer Great / Good No No Low Excellent  Select the right interlayer for Sound control and optical performance
  22. 22. Trosifol® Sound Control 22 New York Pierhouse, Trosifol Sound Control Town Hall Troisdorf, Trosifol Sound Control Sky Tower Poland, Trosifol Sound Control
  23. 23. Trosifol® Sound Control 23 Met Office, Exeter Source: Willmott Dixon
  24. 24. Trosifol® Sound Control 24 BUPA HQ, Salford Source: FK Group
  25. 25. Natural-UV vs UV Extra Protect 25
  26. 26. Differet laminated safety glass for different needs 26 Comfort Structural Decorative Security
  27. 27. Severe Weather Protection More hurricanes, typhoons and tornados +50% strength & length of hurricane in 30 years New Requirements in Building Codes Increasing need for Security globally Man-made Security Threats Terrorist attacks and civil unrest are on the rise >500% terrorist incidents in the last 10 years Bullet, Bomb-blast and anti-intrusion solutions needed
  28. 28. Hurricane-resistant facades 28 Porsche Design Tower, Florida, USA Laminator: Cardinal Glass Developer: Dezer Developments Porsche Design Group Interlayer: SentryGlas® Miami Art Museum, Florida, USA Laminator: Sedak Interlayer: Trosifol XT Ultraclear
  29. 29. Interlayers for Extreme Security needs 29 Ballistic ResistanceAnti-Intrusion Glazing  SentryGlas®, Trosifol® & Spallshield® can meet ballistics- resistance test standards in constructions that are lighter- weight, thinner and more durable  Used where resistance to bullet penetration and spall is desirable: - Residential buildings - government/public buildings - armoured vehicles  Security and protection against terrorist attacks, vandalism and thefts  Most common standards for security testing and glazing - Anti-Intrusion Glass - Bullet –Resisting Glass - Blast-Resisting Glass Blast Performance  LSG can be designed for blast- resistance, to help let in light & keep out trouble  Blast-resistant glazing can be used to reduce the hazards associated with an explosion  Add Spallshield® CPET for a final layer of ballistic protection
  30. 30. Interlayers for Bomb-blast glazing – SentryGlas® & Trosifol® 30
  31. 31. Different laminated safety glass for different needs 31 Comfort Decorative Security Structural
  32. 32. What is Structural Glazing? Examples of Structural Glazing  Balustrades  Overhead & Canopies  Floors & Stairs  Large Windows  Curtain Walls  Fins, screens and louvers  Point-fixed systems, open edge systems 32
  33. 33. SentryGlas® Ionoplast Interlayer  Over 19 years of proven field performance  Available in both roll and sheet form (upto 3210mm wide)  Caliper ranges from 0.76mm to 3.04mm  Available in Ultra Clear and in Transluscent White  Highest level of structural performance of any interlayer  Excellent post breakage performance over a wide range of temperatures  Reduction of glass weight of up to 50% is possible  High Clarity – Ideal for Low Iron UltraClear Glass  Excellent Edge Stability and Sealant compatibility 33
  34. 34. Enhanced Post Glass breakage safety 0.89mm SentryGlas® 1.52mm PVB 12mm laminated glass with different interlayers Source: LinkedIn
  35. 35. Structural PVB : Trosifol® Extra Stiff (ES)  Stiff PVB available in rolls of 0.76mm thickness and upto Jumbo widths (3210mm)  Excellent post breakage performance temperatures at temperatures UPTO 30°C  Maximum strength for minimum deflection at minimum laminate thickness for temperatures up to 30°C  High Clarity- Best clarity of any PVB  Lower cost than ionoplast interlayer 35
  36. 36. Post Breakage Performance at room temperature 36 Performance at +21° C / 70°F Only SentryGlas® (0.89 mm and 1.52mm) and Trosifol® ES sustained loads of 400 Kg. PVB could not sustain a 100Kg load SentryGlas® 0.89mmTrosifol® ES 1.52mmStandard PVB 1.52mm
  37. 37. Post Breakage Performance at elevated temperature 37 Performance at +50° C / 131°F SentryGlas ionoplast 0.89mm Trosifol ES 1.52mm laminate Standard PVB 1.52mm Only SentryGlas® ionoplast (0.89 mm or 1.52 mm) could sustain a 100 Kg load for 30 minutes
  38. 38. Trosifol® family of Structural Interlayers 38 SentryGlas® interlayer and Trosifol® ES interlayer are both high modulus stiff interlayers which provide a range of performance to meet all of your structural glazing demands SentryGlas® IonoplastTrosifol® Extra Stiff (ES) • SentryGlas® is specified in the application because of its unique properties • Application requires the highest structural performance over a wide temperature range • Open edge applications or sealant compatibility • Thinner glass construction is highly possible • Open Edge Applications • Application requires a structural interlayer • Design temperatures up to 30°C • Lower cost may be possible When to use?
  39. 39. Interlayer performance comparison 39* With an exception of Trosifol® UC (UltraClear) PVB Interlayer
  40. 40. Interlayer performance comparison – Salt Spray Test 40
  41. 41. How can Trosifol® support you  Finite Element Analysis (SJ Mepla, SG Calc…) – Effective thickness method (ASTM E1300-09) – Thermal breakage  Windows Glass design  Bomb blast performance – Wingard suite of tools (ARA)  Thermal and energy performance – Lawrence-Berkeley National Labs (LBNL), Optics, Window, Therm  Test design support – Miami Dade County… Consultancy Services Laminated Glass Expertise  Interlayer advice and selection  Kuraray Network of Laminators : glass fabricators capabilities  Glass and Lamination training  Building Codes monitoring  Technical support and standard tests (Adhesion…)  New Applications development and tests  Global technical support team with 3 technical Labs in Korea, Germany and USA  Online Strength calculator  Technical Design Guide for Structural engineers – list of Compatible Sealants  Library of technical papers and test reports  List of Glazing systems tested for hurricane glazing  Laminated Glass News Newsletter Online tools 41
  42. 42. Trosifol® : Your Partner for Laminated Glass Trosifol® - World of Interlayers 42
  43. 43. Thank You! 43 www.trosifol.com
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Presented at the Zak World of Facades Conference in London on October 4, 2017 by Sandeep Kashyap

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