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Edge Protect

With a proven track record of providing exceptional performance, lowering costs and reducing assembly times, Sika glass bonding systems are used worldwide for the structural bonding and sealing of vehicle glass. Sika glass bonding systems consist of Sika cleaners, Sika primers and Sika adhesives to provide a total bonding solution for glass bonding applications.

Sika formulations provide a wide range of mechanical properties to suit all vehicle requirements and are compatible with all vehicle production processes, including cold- and warm-applied systems. A wide variety of Sika products also are specially formulated for aftermarket glass replacement. Sika glass bonding systems meet OEM durability specifications and Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) for barrier, rollover and roof crush regulations.



Shatterprufe® windscreens are more than just laminated glass protection. All windscreens are shatterproof by nature but only Shatterprufe® is the industry-defining, internationally recognised brand that offers a guarantee of excellence. Be aware, not all shatterproof windscreen products are the same. Danger Is Out There - Keep It That Way.


Prufe of Laminated Glass Protection Quality


Shatterprufe® windscreens use a vinyl interlayer placed between outer layers of safety glass. Our laminated glass products are constructed to hold windscreens together in accident situations and prevent debris and dangerous shards of glass penetrating your car’s interior. This glass protection ensures security and safety in any kind of impact. This attention to detail and your safety is one of the reasons why we have become the nationally acclaimed supplier of high quality auto glass.


Due to the way windshields are manufactured and mounted in vehicles, the amount of stress around the outer 50 mm perimeter is significantly greater than inside that area and will fracture 2.5 times easier than the rest of the windshield. Most replacements are from an Edge Crack, which occurs because the first 50 mm around the outer perimeter of windshields have 2 manufacturing stress areas.

During the manufacture of a windscreen, controlled compressive stresses are introduced along the perimeter of the glass. This makes it more resistant to mechanical stresses e.g. during installation or body twisting of the vehicle and to thermal stresses applied to the glass as a result of thermal fluctuations.

For more information on how edge protect can save you money and extend the lifespan your windscreen contact Gordon Pope via our contact us page.

 


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