Don’t void your laminated glass warranty from PRL. Did you know some wet-glazed cements can cause fractures or delamination? Most glass railing building codes in the US (2015 IBC Chapter 24), have been changed from using monolithic tempered glass to now requiring laminated glass. Prior to these codes changes, it was a common practice to use Portland or gypsum based cements as the grout for installing monolithic tempered glass. But you must know, that these cement based grouts are NOT compatible with Laminated Glass product and their use can lead to fracture and/or delaminations. It’s important that you are aware that any use of our laminated glass with cement based grouts will void our warranty.
Always looking out for our customers, we wanted to bring this to your attention. Please contact us for more details.
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PRL Glass Systems, Inc. 800-433-7044
13644 Nelson Ave
City of Industry, CA. 91746