EVERLAM™ CLEAR PVB film has passed all testing required by Miami-Dade County’s Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources
EVERLAM™ CLEAR PVB interlayer has received the Miami-Dade County Notice of Acceptance for high-velocity hurricane zone applications: choice of an additional interlayer in the North American market.
EVERLAM is proud to announce that its EVERLAM™ CLEAR PVB interlayer for laminated glass complies with the Florida building code for high-velocity hurricane zone applications.
EVERLAM™ CLEAR PVB film has passed all testing required by Miami-Dade County’s Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources for compliance with ASTM D 635, ASTM D 1929, ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2843 and ASTM G 155. Consequently EVERLAM™ clear PVB been granted a Notice of Acceptance for high-velocity hurricane applications.
Peter Kater, EVERLAM™ Sales Development Manager in North America, stated: “The EVERLAM™ PVB interlayer has been manufactured in Germany for over 25 years to the highest standards of product quality and consistency. Architects, Facade Engineers and laminators now have the choice of an additional PVB interlayer for use in laminated glass that meets the toughest standards imposed by Miami-Dade County.”
EVERLAM is an innovative manufacturer of high-quality polyvinyl butyral (PVB) interlayer for laminated architectural safety glass, dedicated to proposing high-value solutions, comprising quality products that are supported by outstanding technical expertise. Its portfolio includes EVERLAM™ CLEAR, EVERLAM™ WHITE and EVERLAM™ COLORED PVB interlayer, EVERLAM™ QUIET, its acoustic offering and EVERLAM™ SUPER TOUGH, its stiff PVB solution. The EVERLAM Center of Competence, located in Mechelen (Belgium), brings together the company’s commercial headquarters R&D lab and technical centre. The company’s production plant is in Hamm Uentrop, Germany, where its PVB interlayer has been manufactured for over 25 years. All sites are ISO 9001 certified. EVERLAM is wholly owned by GVC Holdings, a growth equity investment company specializing in the chemicals industry.