Precision EVA Laminated Glass

The latest safety glass innovation is EVA laminated Glass.

Clear, .030mm EVA Interlayer
Clear, .030mm EVA Interlayer

E.V.A: Ethylene-vinyl acetate

A revolutionary thermoplastic copolymer resin that is both non-sticky and inert to water moisture! The future is now.

EVA Glass Inter-layer vs. PVB Inter-layer

Moag Glass manufactures EVA Laminated Glass because it is the superior product for architectural glass applications, surpassing visual standards while withstanding the stresses of temperature, moisture, radiation, and mechanical stress.

Laminated Glass Transparency

Better transparency, glass clarity or “optics” is mainly defined as less haze. Haze is the amount of light that goes through the glass but that is transmitted in a fuzzy way. Glass laminated with EVA has better optics with a haze value of .05% when compared a PVB haze value of .13%

Light Transmittance

Light transmittance is the % of visible light that goes through glass and a second way to measure its transparency. EVA Clear Inter-layer has higher light transmittance; 91% compared to PVB’s 89% light transmittance.

UV Protection

EVA offers high UV protection, blocking 99% of UV rays with proper thickness application.


With 3x’s higher adhesion than PVB, EVA is the ideal product for glass that will undergo mechanical stress and fatigue such as doors, stairs or exterior facades.

Cross-linking Technology

One of the most significant differences between thermoset EVA and other thermoplastics and PVB is the cross-linking technology. During the curing phase of lamination, EVA cross-links. This is a non-reversible process through which the EVA laminated glass becomes:


Acoustic Insulation

Another term for laminated glass is “acoustic glass”. EVA laminate provides higher sound-proofing that standard PVB. The light benefits of glass are obvious, but laminated glass also provides noise reduction and sound privacy. Acoustic glass endless residential and commercial office applications.

Safety under stress.

When exposed to moisture and then broken, EVA laminated glass remains intact.

TCV breakage test photos, shown above, display how when broken, EVA Laminated glass stays cohesive in contrast to PVB glass.

Laminated Glass Color Options

EVALAM Colored Glass Laminate

Evalam Color was developed with two objectives in mind:

  • Durability
  • Color Uniformity
Evalam Interlayer Color Options

Mix Evalam Outdoor Colors with layers of Evalam transparent colors to vary translucency and opacity.

DECOLAYER Colored Film Lamination

Benefits of color film laminated within EVA inter-layer include:

  • Maximum clarity, durability, and stability over time
  • UV-ray protection
  • Moisture resistance suitable for exterior, open-edge applications
  • Acoustic isolation
  • Superior impact-resistance

Color Film – Roll Specifications

Decolayer film roll color options

Product Compatibility

Other advantages to EVA interlayer include its compatibility. Utilize decorative inserts like P.E.T, electronic inserts like PDLC, Polycarbonate, or photovoltaic applications for unique and innovative glass design.

Work with our experienced design department to accomplish your custom laminated glass goals.

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