The Relative Strength of Tempered Glass Versus Laminated Glass

Join the Glass Detective as he takes on the case of the Relative Railing. The relative strength of glass is important when it comes to matters of safety such as glass railing systems. Is laminated stronger than tempered? Find out here.

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Can Polycarbonate Panels Protect Against Sports Damage?

Join the Glass Detective as he takes on the case of the Polycarbonate Paneling. Learn about the pros and cons of using polycarbonate over glass for protection from golf balls, hockey pucks, and more.

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What’s The Best Glass for an Office Reception Area Counter?

If your lobby area needs a security upgrade, there are several factors to consider. The level of security needed will determine the right material. Learn more as the Glass Detective takes on the case of the Laminated Lobby Glass.

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What is the Best Type of Glass for a Display Case?

Join the Glass Detective as he takes on the case of the displaced display case. Find out what type of glass is safest for a new gymnasium display case.

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Can Glass Be Cut to Sharp Angles?

Join the Glass Detective as he takes on the case of the angular ailments. Find out whether tempered glass can be cut to sharp angles or if laminated is a better option for custom angular glass.

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Polycarbonate vs. Laminated Glass

Join the Glass Detective as he takes on the case of the polycarbonate pool project. Find out whether polycarbonate or laminated glass is best for a glass deck railing system.

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The Case of the Machinery Protection Glass

The Glass Detective takes on the case of the Machinery Protection Glass and talks about what type of glass is the best choice for shields made to protect workers when working with machinery. Find out more.

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The Case of the Glass Shield for Equipment

The Glass Detective takes on the case of the Glass Shield for Heavy Equipment. Certain heavy equipment may use layers of glass and polycarbonate to shield operators from heat and debris. Learn how to layer them for optimal protection.

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The Case of The Lexan® Replacement

The Glass Detective answers a question from across the pond from a reader concerned about replacing a polycarbonate guard on a piece of machinery.

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Polycarbonate: Special Windshields for Race Cars

Polycarbonate, Not Glass? A race car’s windshield is much different than the windshield in your daily driver. These machines are meant for one thing- to go fast. And to go fast, saving every ounce of weight possible is important. Because of this, race cars don’t actually use glass windshields. Instead they usually utilize polycarbonate- a […]

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