Definitions for safety glass
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word safety glass
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
glass made by joining two of sheets of glass with a layer of usu. transparent plastic or artificial resin between them that retains the fragments on impact.
Category: Building Trades
Origin of safety glass:
safety glass, laminated glass, shatterproof glass(noun)
glass made with plates of plastic or resin or other material between two sheets of glass to prevent shattering
a laminate of two or more sheets of glass with a sheet of plastic between each sheet
glass that has been tempered to break into rounded grains rather than sharp shards
glass reinforced with wire netting
glazing units constructed of a combination of the above
What Goes Up
What Goes Up is an American comedy-drama film distributed by Sony Pictures Entertainment starring Hilary Duff, Steve Coogan, Josh Peck, Olivia Thirlby, and Molly Shannon, directed by Jonathan Glatzer and co-written by Glatzer and Robert Lawson. Coogan also serves as an executive producer. It premiered on May 8, 2009 at the 3rd Annual Buffalo Niagara Film Festival. What Goes Up was released in the US through Sony Pictures and Three Kings Productions in select theaters on May 29, 2009 and expanded to more theaters the following week. Cities included Los Angeles, New York, Las Vegas, Buffalo, Boston and Chicago. The movie grossed $5,290 in its opening weekend.
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