GuS: Proven laminated glass experience for safe cabin windows
The production of flat safety glass is the core competence of the GuS. In particular, our decades of experience as a supplier of panes in the defense sector enable us to guarantee the highest possible level of protection for these drivers, even in the civil sector - for example in the construction machine glazing or the manufacture of cabin windows for forest vehicles.
The glass panes for construction machines and other special vehicles are exposed to daily loads such as heat, UV rays, cold, sand and the like. To ensure that the windows of the construction machinery offer full protection properties even after many years of operation, even under the toughest conditions, we manufacture our windows for construction machinery from high-quality laminated safety glass (VSG) and plastic composites (KSV) under the strictest quality controls.
Innovation on the cabin window: display indicators
Whether for the coordination of the construction machinery or to display important vehicle displays: With the innovative head-up display function, freely selectable displays can be projected onto the vehicle window.
This fluorescent information system is robust and durable: it easily withstands high moisture, vibrations and shocks. In addition, it can even be used in the entire temperature range from -54 ° C to 83 ° C.
The fast information transfer to the display in the millisecond range also enables important data to be passed on to the driver immediately and the fittings to be shown as a display. The diverse functions thus offer fascinating possibilities that can significantly improve the interaction between vehicle drivers and vehicles.
The goal of our constant material research and development are lighter composites with even higher protective properties.
The latest innovation, GuSPLEX®, is plastic composites that are up to 30% lighter than safety glass with comparable penetration protection and have a very high splinter-free impact resistance. Our latest plastic composite technology even withstands triangle shelling in the test.