Even if the glass breaks, the pieces will stick to the film, and the broken glass surface will remain clean and smooth. This effectively prevents the occurrence of debris punctures and penetrating fall events, ensuring personal safety.
In Europe and the United States, most architectural glass uses laminated glass, not only to avoid injury accidents, but also because laminated glass has excellent seismic intrusion capability. The intermediate film can resist the continuous attack of weapons such as hammers and hatchets, and can resist bullet penetration for a long time, and its safety precautions are extremely high.
The glass is safely broken and may break under heavy ball impact, but the entire glass remains in a one-piece interlayer, and the fragments and sharp small pieces remain stuck to the interlayer film. When the glass is broken, the debris does not disperse.