Everlam™ White PVB responds to the growing trend for minimalistic design
Everlam™ White PVB for laminated safety glass responds to the growing trend for minimalistic design that is spreading across fashion, product design and architecture.
The growing trend for minimalistic design is spreading across fashion, product design and architecture. Characterized by the use of natural light and material, of white and soft colours, it reflects our increasing aspiration for more privacy and a soothing lifestyle.
Everlam™ White PVB for laminated safety glass is a perfect response to this trend. It proposes different levels of light transmittance that cater to various needs. Everlam™ Translucent White has a 65% light transmittance and offers a high level of opacity in an environment where privacy is required while Everlam™ Soft White offers 80% light transmittance to allow for semi-privacy and a natural white touch in a modern architectural design.
Raimond Starmans, Everlam Global Business Director, commented: “Laminated glass using Everlam™ White is particularly recommended for interior doors and windows, meeting rooms and balconies. Our range of Everlam™ White enables versatile design enhancements that create different levels of privacy while bringing maximum natural light.”
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 company’s commercial headquarters and technical center are located in Mechelen, Belgium. Its 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.