The side windows and rear windshield of a car are made of tempered glass, which is extremely strong and designed to survive extreme impacts. Laminated glass, which is formed by a thin layer of vinyl between two pieces of glass, is used for windshields. This creates a thicker, stronger window that is not easy to break. Automatic glass is either tempered or laminated.
Rear glass, also known as rear window glass, rear windshield, or rear glass, is made of tempered glass. This type of glass is designed to reduce the likelihood of injury should it break. Windshields are manufactured from a lamination process and are made of laminated glass. Laminated glass is made up of two pieces of glass with a thin layer of vinyl between them.
The three pieces are laminated together by applying heat and pressure in an autoclave. Safety glass is used in all automotive glass and is made to reduce the likelihood of injury should it break. Sunroofs are also available on modern car models and are made from sand, limestone and soda ash. Different types of glass are used throughout the vehicle because each type has a different purpose.
Tempered glass is designed to disintegrate into small pieces when broken, while laminated glass usually does not separate because broken pieces adhere to the vinyl inner liner. Laminated glass can be used for any application where there is a potential for impact by a person.