Technographic Interlayer

Goldray's Technographic Interlayer is a high-resolution printed polyester interlayer laminated between two or more layers of glass.

This product is frequently used in architectural canopies, ceiling tiles, counter tops, elevator interiors, glass marker boards, interior partitions, signage, stair treads, flooring panels, storefronts and wall cladding.

One reason Technographic Interlayers are so popular is that they easily mimic other building materials, but in the case of wood, metal and stone, glass is significantly lighter and more cost effective. This technique can be applied in residential or commercial applications, as in an imitation marble, quartz or marble countertop or reception area, resulting in an impressive design that comes in well under the budget of the real thing.

Features & Benefits

  • Virtually all color profiles can be reproduced on clear, translucent or opaque film creating images that can be standard text, simple/complex logos or photo realistic images.
  • Images can be a single image viewed from both sides, two individual images viewed from respective sides or backlit for display purposes.


art installations



counter tops

elevator cabs

flooring stairs

marker boards


wall cladding

Product Specifications


Glass Thickness:
6mm(1/4") laminated glass is the minimum thickness available. Maximum glass thickness will be determined by weight restrictions
Large selections of in-house patterns and a comprehensive graphics lab for creating custom patterns.
Technographic Interlayers are made up of a digital blend of up to six pigments, used to acheive a wide range of process colors.
Heat Treating:
This product is available on either fully tempered, heat strengthened or annealed glass.
Standard edgework for Technographic Interlayer Glass is a seamed edge. Flat polished or flat ground edges are also available.
Fabrication for installation and hardware is available. See Goldray's Fabrication Limitations for more information.

Technical Data

Sound Loss:
The STC rating is the same as traditional laminated glass.
ANSI 97.1:
16 CFR 1201:

Applicable Industry Standards

ASTM C1036
Standard Specification for Flat Glass
ASTM C1048
Standard Specification for Heat-Treated Flat Glass-Kind HS, Kind FT Coated and Uncoated Glass
ASTM C1172
Standard Specification for Laminated Architectural Flat Glass

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