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Colora Laminated Glass

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Laminated Glass Frontage

Colora Laminated Glass

Laminated Glass Frontage

Colora Laminated Glass

Laminated Glass building

Colora Laminated Glass

More than ever, glass is the best option for facade protective coating.

Glass is the new technology that has gradually emerged in recent decades driven by the pursuit of transparency in the building facade.

Glass is aesthetic and innovative, despite the transparency, it offers high protection and makes it possible to realize any type of facade while maintaining the safety aspect.  Appreciated by designers for its flexible side, it naturally encourages creativity and can satisfy all desires.

Righetti is specialized in manufacturing laminated glasses. Our engineers have designed a collection of glazings with incorporation of various materials between two sheets of laminated glass (digital printing, metallic materials, color …) to provide unique products.

You can incorporate your own material in the laminated glass. The only limits are building regulations and your imagination; don’t hesitate to visit our gallery for inspiration.

You can contact our engineers. They will work with you to create a bespoke design. Throughout the process we will keep you fully informed on the costs and time involved for the project. We won’t abandon you after purchase, our technicians will be by your side until the end of the project.

Specifications of our laminated glass EVASAFE:

  • Extensive range of colors on our color chart (more than 150 colors)
  • Incorporation of printed digital or other material of your choice
  • Silkscreen printing
  • Maximum width from 1220 mm to 2 000 mm depending on the material to incorporate
  • Mounting of EVASAFE: hydrophobic product (moisture resistance) for external mounting and heat resistance

Standard EN12543: high temperature test, humidity, UV radiation 2000 h