Design Any Color Decorative Laminated Glass with Vanceva Interlayer

Design Any Color Decorative Laminated Glass with Vanceva Interlayer

peter shin

Vanceva interlayer is great for making color laminated glass. They have 13 basic colors, and you can combine 4 layers of different color to create a new color. Vanceva Interalyer Studio can provide 3,000 transparent and translucent glass colors. If you want to learn more, you can go to his website: Vanceva® color studio.

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following is from Vanceva’s website :

How to Specify Vanceva Interlayer Colors: Formulation Codes

One to four sheets of Vanceva color interlayer is typically used to construct custom colored laminated glass. Since the maximum number of interlayers is four, each Vanceva color has been assigned a four-digit number. Each number or letter represents a layer from the foundational palette used to create all Vanceva color interlayer combinations.

Visit our color families’ page or create your own color in our color studio and order samples of your favorite colors!

Translucent Colors

If a project requires a frosted look for design or privacy reasons, a translucent color can be created by adding one of the white interlayers to the color mix.

Interlayers may be made more translucent in increments. Two of the 13 foundation colors, (colors 9 -Arctic Snow, and A – Cool White) are translucent white interlayers. Cool White (A) is an 80% light transmission product,Arctic Snow (9) is a 65% light transmission product. When these interlayers are used in the Vanceva┬« color interlayer system, they add opacity to the glazing system. These layers can be used in combination with the other 9 colors or can be laminated alone to produce a frosted glass appearance.

Opaque Colors

Vanceva® Interlayer Polar White (color F) is an opaque white that can be combined with any other color selection to make that color opaque, while at the same time creating completely different looks on each side of the glass.

Why Two Periods of Temperature for Laminating Glass with EVA FILM?

Why Two Periods of Temperature for Laminating Glass with EVA FILM?

As we talked in the post EVA FILM PROCESSING INSTRUCTIONS, most EVA FILM manufacturer would tell his customers to process with low temperature period and high temperature period. Some customers still question about that, they ask why?

Good question! And here is why:

Low temperature period can help vacuuming, at this temperature the EVA Film is still not melted, but the temperature is higher than room temperature, the numerators of air would move faster, which is helpful for the vacuuming. If vacuuming is not good, the bubbles would come out the laminated glass.

If the moisture in your place is high, and maybe the EVA FILM has already absorbed some moisture, the low temperature period would help dry the EVA FILM before the EVA FILM start to melt, which can avoid bubbles and be good for the adhesion of the EVA FILM.

If you wash the glass, and maybe the glasses are not dry enough, the low temperature period can help dry the glasses.

For laminating with papers, if you print ink in the papers are not dry enough, the low temperature period can help dry the print ink.

And also, after the low temperature period, the machine is stay hot too, so temperature detector can measure a more correct temperature closer to real temperature of the laminated glass.

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Would EVA FILM Manufacturer Recycle the EVA FILMS You Used Left?

Would EVA FILM Manufacturer Recycle the EVA FILMS You Used Left?

When you laminating EVA FILM, of course, there would be some EVA Film left. And you are wondering would the EVA FILM manufacturer recycle the EVA FILM you used left?

The answer is NO. As i have talked in my post: Common problems of EVA FILM. The EVA Film Manufacturer try their best to avoid Black spots. The transparency of the EVA FILM is very important.

And the EVA FILM you used left maybe absorb moisture, dust, mosquitoes or something else, in a short world, it’s dirty now. Yes it’s just maybe. But to guarantee the EVA FILM is good quality, no EVA FILM manufacturer would recycle the EVA FILM you used left, if they very care about the quality of EVA FILM.

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Would You Use EVA FILM to Replace PVB Film for Architectural Safety Lamianted Glass?

EVA FILM to Replace PVB Film for Architectural Safety Lamianted Glass

Although some EVA FILM manufacturers declaim that the outdoor super-transparent EVA FILM can replace PVB FILM in architectural safety laminated glass. Many customers still question about it. We want to know your opinion, join us to make this investigation mare pursuadable.

Also tell us your worries why you think EVA FILM can not replace PVB, or why you think EVA FILM can replace PVB FILM, or what do you want to know more about EVA FILM?

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How to Recycle the Unsuccessful Laminated Glass with EVA FILM

By Peter Shin

Yesterday one of our customers comes to visit our factory, and we had a great talk.

He asks me about how to recycle the unsuccessful laminated glass with EVA film. This is a great question. We are going to talk about it.

1. For the laminated glass with outdoor safety architectural super transparent EVA FILM, there are some bubbles inside the laminated glass. You can put the laminated glass into the autoclave to squeeze the bubbles out. But remember that there is no guarantee for successful all the time. But at least, you can try.

2. If you want to break away the EVA FILM from the glass which is already laminated but not successful.

How to degum the EVA FILM? You can use the Acetone and banana oil to degum the EVA FILM.

But let us reminds you that take a small test by yourself first.

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