Silatec safety glass also fulfils the highest resistance classes - and more.
We will be happy to help you make the right choice
G7: SILATEC CARES FOR THE HIGHEST SECURITY IN BIARRITZ
By comparison: the structure of Silatec P6B glass
It generally comprises five different layers. In different thicknesses. A mix of highly transparent and extremely impact-resistant materials. The concept makes optimum use of the different mechanical properties. What you see in our video is not a trick, but rather our P6B panel. A wall made of glass.
The structure of P4A glass
The construction of P4A glass is surprisingly simple. Two glass panes with a wafer-thin plastic foil in the middle. That’s it. The film holds the glass fragments together even if they are shattered, preventing injuries. But burglary protection? No. Not with P4A glass.
Which burglar-proof (armored) glass (P4A - P5A - P6B - P8B) for which challenge?
Very simple: only P6B, P7B and P8B glass offer protection against burglary. The P1A, P2A, P3A, P4A and P5A classifications do not protect against forced entry. P6B to P8B armored glass is built to give offenders no chance of breaking and entering for as long as possible. It is ideal, for example, for villas, embassies or shop windows. In contrast, P1A to P5A glass is used as roof glazing or in stair railings.