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Safety & security for Internal Glazing

Laminated, safety and security glass for the home


How does it work

SGG STADIP and SGG STADIP PROTECT are made up of two or more sheets of glass bonded together with a plastic interlayer.  After the plastic has been placed between the glass sheets, the whole assembly is subjected to heat and pressure. This results in the complete adhesion of the vinyl and the glass.

In the event of breakage, the glass fragments remain bonded to the plastic interlayer. In a fully framed conventional installation the glass fragments are held together and the glass retains a residual strength while awaiting replacement



  • This laminated safety glass provides many solutions for the protection of people. If broken, the glass remains bonded to a plastic sheet and is less likely to cause injury to people or property. The plastic sheet also makes penetration more difficult. 
  • These glass products are designed for differing levels of protection, from vandalism to burglary.



Protection in buildings is increasingly required to comply with current regulations, for insurance purposes or simply to fulfill a genuine need, especially against the risk of injury, vandalism and burglary. In homes, SGG STADIP and SGG STADIP PROTECT glasses can offer appropriate safety and security solutions to meet the combined criterion of protection, aesthetics and performance

  • Glass roofs / skylights
  • Windows
  • Conservatories
  • French doors / Patio doors
  • Furniture and shelves
  • Glass staircase
  • Partitions
  • Glass doors
  • Balustrades
  • External doors



A wide range of laminated glazing exists to protect your safety and that of your home. Laminated safety glass combines well with other glass functions intended to improve your comfort such as self-cleaning, solar control, thermally insulating glass and acoustic protection.