The Laminated Glass is typically manufactured by placing a layer of polyvinyl butyral between two or more lites of glass and then fusing it together using heat and pressure in a special oven called an autoclave. Resin laminating is a recently developed alternative process where a liquid chemical mixture is poured into the space between the two lites of glass and allowed to cure or harden. The most important characteristic of laminated glass is the ability of the interlayer to hold the glass in place when broken, providing protection against falling glass and/or penetration of the opening. The PVB layer reduces fading from UV rays and reduces sound transmission. Numerous types of glass, polycarbonate and interlayers in varying thicknesses can be used to accomplish a great variety of tasks such as bullet resistant or hurricane resistant requirements.