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Tinted laminated glass is a type of safety glass that combines the properties of tinted glass and laminated glass. It consists of two or more layers of glass bonded together with an interlayer, typically made of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) or ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA).

The tinted aspect of the glass is achieved by adding colorants or metal oxides to the glass during the manufacturing process. This tinting helps reduce the amount of visible light and heat transmitted through the glass, providing privacy, glare reduction, and improved thermal insulation.


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3+3mm、4+4mm、 5+5mm、6+6mm、  8+8mm、etc.

Can be customized according to customer requirements


Can be customized according to customer requirements

French Green、Dark Green、Euro Grey、Dark Grey、Ford Blue、Dark Blue、Bronze、Dark Bronze、Pink、etc. 


Can be customized according to customer requirements


Interior Application: glass partition, shower glass, table top, windows, glass stairs, handrail, decoration wall, glass shelf, etc.

Exterior Application: glass skylight, glass dome, hotel, airport, green house, exhibition hall, shopping mall, gymnasium, museum, hospital, glass sun house, greenhouse, glass canopy, glass balcony, glass fence, pool glass fence, glass railing, glass balustrade, etc.


We take pride in our ability to supply high quality Tinted laminated glass to a wide variety of businesses.

Enhanced Security

The PVB film used in laminated glass makes the glass less breakable, which increases safety. Even if the glass shatters, the PVB layer will hold the shards together, preventing them from falling apart and minimizing the risk of injury.

Energy Efficiency

Colored PVB laminated glass can also improve the energy efficiency of your space. The PVB layer helps to insulate the glass, reducing heat loss in the winter and heat gain in the summer. This can help to save on energy costs and create a more comfortable environment for occupants.

UV Protection

Colored PVB laminated glass can also provide significant UV protection. The PVB layer helps block up to 99% of harmful UV radiation, reducing the risk of fading and damage to interior furniture and artwork.

Aesthetically Pleasing

Our colored PVB laminated glass is available in a range of colors, including blue, green, grey, bronze, and other custom colors to suit your specific needs. This means that you can choose a color that complements your design aesthetic and enhances the overall look of your space.


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Shenzhen Dragon Glass is the biggest glass exporter in China and top 10 glass manufacturer in China. Top quality is guaranteed.

Generally within 3 weeks. If the goods are in stock, it can be 1 week. 

MOQ is one 20 feet container. Products of different sizes and specifications could be mixed in one container.

Samples are free, can be ready in 1-2 weeks.

We need the information of glass composition, thickness, sizes, quantity and processing etc. 

Color: With trace amounts of iron, low-iron glass is colorless. Unlike normal glass, low-iron glass maintains its clarity no matter how thick a piece is when viewed edge-on. When looking at a glass sheet’s edges, there’s a faint, bluish tone, which is overcome by colors around the piece. In clear glass pieces, a greenish tint becomes more pronounced the thicker a glass sheet is.

Transparency: As a glass with almost no impurities, low-iron glass does not hinder light from passing through it. Compared to normal glass, low-iron glass improves light brightness by up to 8%.

Before deciding which type of glass is best for your project, it’s important to evaluate the quality standards and performance expectations of each type. Consider the cost, durability, and clarity to ensure that you’re getting exactly what you need for the job. Low iron glass may be more expensive, but it offers superior clarity and better scratch resistance than clear glass. In some cases, this can make it a more worthwhile investment in the long run.

The benefit of using clear glass is the cost, low iron glass is slightly more expensive. Using clear glass or low iron glass is depending on your requirement. For places that need more light transmission or high decoration, we recommend the use of low iron glass.