Edge stability test:
SentryGlas® outperforms stiff/structural PVB
Edge stability is defined as a laminate’s resistance over time to form defects along its edge. These defects can arise in the form of small ‘bubbles’ in the laminate or as discoloration of the laminate itself. For designers and architects, edge stability is therefore critical, especially when the edges are exposed to the environment ideally, laminated glass should show no signs of bubbles or delamination over the complete life of the building.