Protection, Security, Resistance - RIOU OCEAN GLASS

Both laminated and tempered glass are used to enhance the safety of buildings and people, specifically to reduce the risks of injuries and damage. The teams at RIOU OCEAN GLASS thus develop solutions tailored to the challenges of protection, security, and resistance in urban planning as well as in certain professional activities.


Whether the glass is laminated or tempered, RIOU OCEAN GLASS offers a range of glass products ensuring protection, security, and resistance according to the defined uses by its clients
Laminated glass is composed of two or more layers of glass bonded together with one or more intermediate plastic layers. When this type of glass breaks, the fragments adhere to the intermediate layer, maintaining the integrity of the pane. This helps prevent the entry of debris propelled by strong winds during a storm.

Tempered glass, on the other hand, undergoes a heat treatment to increase its mechanical strength. It is approximately four to five times stronger than ordinary glass. In case of breakage, tempered glass shatters into small blunt pieces that are less likely to cause serious injuries.

Towards greater protection
Among their primary uses, safety glass primarily protects against injuries. In case of breakage, safety glass is designed to minimize the risk of injuries: as mentioned earlier, tempered glass shatters into small pieces and laminated glass remains in place due to its intermediate layer of plastic.

These types of glass also protect against impacts. They are used in environments where there is a high risk of impacts or collisions, such as storefront windows, glass doors, or even glass walls in shopping malls.

Towards greater safety
Safety glasses like laminated glass also prevent against break-ins. Indeed, they are more difficult to break, which discourages intrusion attempts and delays burglars if they try. Therefore, in high-traffic areas such as schools, hospitals, or shopping centers, safety glass is essential to protect occupants in case of accidents or acts of vandalism.

Towards greater resistance
Facing weather conditions and natural disasters in the Indian Ocean region, safety glass provides enhanced resistance to storms, earthquakes, and other natural phenomena, thereby protecting the structural integrity of buildings.

Safety glass is also used in specific applications such as car windshields, airplane windows, and protective equipment in industrial environments.

These various uses demonstrate that safety glass plays a crucial role in protecting both property and people, while also providing additional benefits such as insulation and durability. Our teams remain at your disposal to provide further advice on the suitable product based on your needs for protection, security, and/or resistance.
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