DIN52338 - Ball drop at 0 °C, -20 °C and -40 °C at Friedmann&Kirchner, Germany

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DIN52338 - Ball drop at 0 °C, -20 °C and -40 °C at Friedmann&Kirchner, Germany

by Folienwerk Wolfen GmbH

The brittle properties of glass to impact loads is a main disadvantage in many applications. Thanks to Laminated Safety Glasses (LSG), resistance to penetration at a broad temperature range gives protection against the risk of injury, vandalism, burglary and security. This makes the evguard® product family stand out in the laminated safety glass industry market as a premium product. There are several international standards in the glass industry to evaluate the safety performance of laminated safety glass and corresponding interlayers. In this one pager results are discussed from the ball drop testing according to the DIN 52338 standard on laminated safety glasses made with different types of interlayers.

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