EVA stands for Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Copolymer, a copolymer resin used in the production of laminated glass as the interlayer film sandwiched between two pieces of glass, like PVB Interlayer Film, and SGP Interlayer Film. The main function of the interlayer is to stick the two piece of glass together, in order to make the sandwiched glass safer and more secure.
EVA Film performs excellent in bonding strength, heat resistance, cold resistance, humidity resistance and tensile strength in laminated glass. It has been partly taking the places of PVB film in laminated safety glass, laminated art glass, and laminated color glass.
EVA film is not adhesive at room temperature. After heating, it melts and has cross-link reaction. In the production of laminated glass with EVA interlayer film, no autoclave, roller press, air bag, or vacuum rubber ring is required. As EVA interlayer Film can be processed under normal climatic conditions, no clean room with climatic control is required in PVB lamination. And the laminating machine line of laminated glass with EVA Film is less cost and easier to install. All laminating processing will be finished and completed in one vacuum laminator. EVA Film for laminated glass has excellent transparency, outstanding adhesion and aging-resistance (more than 15 years), can be used for architectural glass, decorative glass with fabric, privacy glass, auto glass etc.
Advantages of EVA film :
– High tensile strength
– Excellent transparency
– Outstanding adhesion
– UV protection
– High impact resistance
– Good temperature withstanding
– Water proof
– Humidity durable
– Long-term reliable (long-term aging resistance)
– Sound barrier
Names of EVA FILM for Laminated Glass
Some will call EVA Film in different name:
-laminated glass eva interlayer
-ethylene vinyl acetate film
-solar eva film
-glass lamination film
-glass laminating film
-laminating film rolls
-safety glass film
-tempered glass film
-security glass film
-glass eva film
-security laminate film
-decorative glass film
-stained glass film
EVA Thermal Cutter
to clean laminated glass edges overflowed remains of EVA, PVB, SGP etc.
CE Standard: AC 230V/50Hz
US Standard: AC 120V/60HZ
Power: MAX 90W
Temperature of Blades: Up to 500℃ in seconds
A-Select a Thermal Cutter blade corresponding to the cutting use.
B-Loosen the knurled nut when device is cold.
C-Insert each leg of the blade and tighten the knurled nuts. Make sure that the blade and the cutting head have optimal contact. If both legs of the blade are not properly installed, the unit will not heat up.
A-Actuate switch, the indicator light and the blade will heat up.
B-Avoid direct short circuit between cutting heads.
C-Do not use metallic rulers for guiding the blade.
D-Clean cutting heads with enclosed wire brush.
E-Please make sure the blade is connected to the cutting material before blade heats up.
A-Always operate the Thermal Cutter in well ventilated space.
B-Never burn off the excess residue on the Thermal Cutter blade. The blades will over heated and be warped.
C-Only operate Thermal Cutter when it is in contact with the insulation board
D-Keep hot blades away from skin, clothing and other flammable materials.
E-Allow blades to cool before handling. Thermal Cutter may cause injury or burns to exposed surfaces.
F-The Thermal cutter is working intermittently, that means If the temperature inside the tool is too high, the unit will get hot and the internal thermal protectors will turn off automatically, after it cool, the Thermal Cutter will operate again.
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