Laminated glass can be more difficult for burglars to break than traditional annealed glass, but it is not completely burglar-proof.
Laminated glass can be drilled using special tools and techniques, but it requires expertise and caution to avoid damaging the glass.
Laminated glass can bend slightly under certain conditions, but it is not considered to be a flexible material like plastics or rubber.
Laminated glass can be used in flooring applications, but it requires a specific design and thickness to ensure it can support the weight of people or objects.
One advantage of laminated glass is that it can help improve the safety and security of buildings and vehicles by remaining in place even when broken, reducing the risk of injury or damage.