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The windscreen, to ensure security

The automotive glazing meets safety standards very accurate. It should help to avoid injury from shock, in normal traffic. The degree of light transmission is also studied for optimal visibility.

Our vehicles use two main types of glass: the laminated glass and toughened glass

  • Laminated glass consists of two glass slides sealed by a single interlayer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB).
  • Tempered glass is heated and quenched. It has high mechanical strength and thermal shock. In case of breakage, fragmentation is fine and not blunt.

Characteristics of the windscreen
The windscreen can be:
  • Clear or tinted, green, blue, brown.
  • Athermal (external reflections blue violet). The thermal windscreen prevents infrared and UV from entering the cabin, but without affecting the brightness. He thought 34% solar energy.
  • Acoustic, which limits the spread of rumors.
  • Heating, with the integration of son in the glass.
  • Equipped
    - Radio antenna, GPS, ...
    - Light detectors
    - Rain sensors
    - Mist detectors
    - A area HUD (direct display on the windscreen).

The windscreen is an essential element Security, at the airbags upon impact (the windshield blocking the airbags).
The windscreen becomes increasingly large. Designers use the technological developments of new windows and take the opportunity to replace the plate by the glass.
The glass surface in 20 years rose from 3.5 to 5 m (the Citroen C4 Picasso has more than 6 square meters of glazing).

The replacement of the windscreen became a highly technical, accessible only to trained professionals and informed continuously.

Interparebrise technicians are on the first glass and the global database Interparebrise.

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