The challenge consisted of bonding PVB (PolyVinyl Butyral) interlayer film between 2 panels of glass. Laminated glass is a type of safety glass that holds together when shattered and that is commonly used in applications that require strong binding, toughness, and optical clarity for example in the automotive and architectural fields. The bonding process takes place under high heat and pressure conditions.
Unlike other waste streams, such as household electrical appliances, textile waste, and more specifically discarded clothing, is not subject to a set of regulations that producers must adhere to regarding the collection and disposal of discarded products.
In this process Fontijne Presses can fulfill an important role… To read more about it, please download our new Application Note explaining the contribution of our presses in recycling fabrics.