Custom Laminates

We provide custom architectural design solutions for glass swimming pool walls, stair treads, floors, roof canopies and many other frameless glass applications.

Our custom laminated glass can be combined with a variety of interlayer options, including PVB, SGP, EVA and Polycarbonate. Tinted interlayers such as Vanceva Colours are also available, as well as the option to combine with ImagInk digital ceramic printing with current trends favouring an increase use of glass within flooring, we also offer non-slip glass flooring for stair treads and glass walkways in a variety of patterns.

Design solutions are available in almost endless makeups and sizes. To ensure correct specification details for your project, please call us on (08) 6104 1777, and ask to speak with a glass consultant for further information. We have experience in all stages from design concepts through to installation and can obtain engineering certification where required.

Specially constructed of multiple layers of glass, PVB laminate and clear polycarbonate, you can feel safe that Ballistic Guard R2 will provide protection against armed attack. When fired at, Ballistic Guard R2 is designed to slow the bullet down and trap it within the glass. Although composed of many layers, it maintains the normal appearance of glass and allows the best of natural light to pass through. Some applications for Ballistic Guard R2 may include embassy buildings, hospitals, banks, government buildings, schools & jewellery stores.

Specially constructed of multiple layers of glass, PVB laminate and clear polycarbonate, you can feel safe that Ballistic Guard R2 will provide protection against armed attack. When fired at, Ballistic Guard R2 is designed to slow the bullet down and trap it within the glass. Although composed of many layers, it maintains the normal appearance of glass and allows the best of natural light to pass through. Some applications for Ballistic Guard R2 may include embassy buildings, hospitals, banks, government buildings, schools & jewellery stores.

Our non slip glass flooring is manufactured locally in Perth and can be used for any number of creative glass flooring applications, including stair treads, walkways, and glass disco floors. Non slip coatings can be classed into indoor and outdoor categories, the latter requiring significant slip resistance when wet. Although indoor applications are typically found in dry conditions, if the glass floor is near an external/entrance or exit where thoroughfare is likely to transport moisture from a wet external surface, the outdoor slip rating is required.

Manufactured in a toughened laminate makeup, Tempest Guard incorporates specialised structural interlayers to achieve the extreme glass strength required for use in cyclonic regions. Tempest Guard has been successfully tested and fully certified at speeds of up to and including 44m/s as detailed in AS/NZS1170.2:2011. Following impact from debris, Tempest Guard Cyclonic Glass is designed to remain weather tight without breaching the framing system, thus providing a water tight seal and continued safety for occupants during extreme weather conditions.

Manufactured in a toughened laminate makeup, Tempest Guard incorporates specialised structural interlayers to achieve the extreme glass strength required for use in cyclonic regions. Tempest Guard has been successfully tested and fully certified at speeds of up to and including 44m/s as detailed in AS/NZS1170.2:2011. Following impact from debris, Tempest Guard Cyclonic Glass is designed to remain weather tight without breaching the framing system, thus providing a water tight seal and continued safety for occupants during extreme weather conditions.

Whisper reduces noise by using a unique acoustic PVB (Polyvinyl Butyral) interlayer, which incorporates a dampening core between the two panes of glass. This core acts to prevent vibration and eliminate the co-incidence dip. Isolating noise problems to be targeted with acoustic glazing remains difficult. The process of designing for noise reduction requires measuring the intensity and nature of the target sound, as well as measuring the internal sound level of a building in order to achieve a desired decibel reduction.