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Vanceva Product Technical Data - 1

PRODUCT TECHNICAL DATA Vanceva® - Colored Polyvinyl Butyral Interlayer Vanceva® interlayers are premium colored plasticized polyvinyl butyral (PVB) sheets produced by Eastman Chemical Company and its affiliates. These interlayers are permanently bonded through a heat and pressure process to two or more pieces of glazing to produce laminates with impact and glass containment properties. Laminated glass with the properly selected type of Saflex interlayer are capable of being classified as safety glass in accordance with, but not limited to, various regulations such as ANSI Z26.1, ANSI Z97.1, AS/NZS 2208; CNS 1183, CPSC 16 CFR 1201, EN 12600 and ISO 29584. Product Overview: Vanceva interlayers, including Vanceva Colors, Vanceva Earth Tones and Vanceva Illusion White, are Saflex R formulation products. Vanceva Colors and Vanceva Earth Tones have premium colorants uniformly distributed throughout the sheeting. Vanceva Illusion White has a white gradient band of 30 cm with a gentle fade to clear in the width of a single roll. All Vanceva products have demonstrably met or exceeded many regulations for laminated safety glazing (including those listed above) when properly selected, laminated, and installed. Vanceva interlayers are specifically formulated to provide exceptional durability when exposed to natural weathering, especially when laminate edges are left unprotected from the elements. Vanceva interlayers have been shown to be compatible and durable when laminated in intimate contact with most infrared reflective, metal coated, ceramic frit, and printed glasses. Compatibility should always be verified through the coating, frit or ink manufacturer. Color Designations: Vanceva Colors are typically an assembly of interlayer layers, up to 4 layers, between two pieces of glass and are designated by the abbreviation “VCV” followed by a four-digit color code (e.g. #0234) so the designation for the above example would be VCV #0234. Vanceva Illusion White is designated in the Vanceva Colors system as layer code “J”. Vanceva Earth Tones are designed to match traditional colored float glass. They are typically a single layer of colored interlayer and are designated with the abbreviation “VCV” followed by a five-digit code which always starts with an “S” (indicating a single layer). The “S” is followed by the color code (e.g.: #2165). This example would be specified as VCV #S-2165. The use of the “S” is critically important when specifying by the color code. Figure 1 shows the dramatic difference between products with the same numeric code with and without the “S” present. Figure 1: Vanceva Color (left) versus Vanceva Earth Tone (Right, requires “S”) nomenclature for code 2165. Vanceva Colors and Vanceva Earth Tones, when used as a single layer are also given a descriptive name as outlined in the table below. The table shows only the product nomenclature. A more detailed listing of Vanceva Colors and other formulations as well as solar and optical properties for most transparent layered combinations can be found at or by contacting your local Eastman representatives. Applications Technical Documentation (ATD) 730 Worcester Street | Springfield, MA 01151 | | product technical sheet -

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Table 1: Vanceva Color and Vanceva Earth Tones - Codes and Descriptive Names Vanceva Code Formulation Code Product Code Vanceva Name Vanceva Colors Coral Rose Smoke Grey Evening Shadow Golden Light Arctic Snow Cool White Available Forms: All Vanceva interlayers are supplied in roll form on 15.2 cm (6 inch) diameter cores. Vanceva interlayers are supplied in a variety of roll lengths and widths. Most common standard roll length is 100 meters (328 feet). The most common thickness is 0.38 mm (0.015 inch), although some colors are available in 0.76 mm (0.030 inch) thickness. Vanceva interlayers...

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Storage Conditions: Vanceva interlayers should be stored inside the moisture barrier bag that the roll is shipped in and maintained within the temperatures recommended in the Saflex Laminating Guide. It is recommended that the interlayer be used within a two-year period from purchase to minimize this roll blocking. Laminating Conditions: ® Eastman makes available to our fabricating customers a Saflex Laminating Guide which details nominal methods for storage, handling, and lamination of both Saflex and Vanceva PVB interlayer products. This technical guide is available only from a Saflex...

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EASTMAN The results of insight- Applications Technical Documentation (ATD) 730 Worcester Street | Springfield, MA 01151 | | product technical sheet - vanceva_033020.docx Page 4 of 7

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1 - Data based on NOA for Saflex formulation 2 - Solar Data - Due to the colorants in Vanceva products, the solar, thermal, optical and color data will vary. Visit for this data in thousands of combinations in 3 mm clear glass. Eastman also supplies calculated data upon request for most transparent configurations. Calculations are performed using OPTIC and WINDOW 7.0 by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. 3 - SPF is a calculated value based on the spectral data from a clear laminate and not a result of direct testing. EASTMAN The results of insight- Applications Technical...

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The relaxation modulus and calculated Young’s modulus for Vanceva (colored PVB interlayer) based on relaxation modulus values for a given duration at temperature is provided for use in calculating structural capacity of laminated glass containing this product. EASTMAN The results of insight- Applications Technical Documentation (ATD) 730 Worcester Street | Springfield, MA 01151 | | product technical sheet - vanceva_033020.docx Page 6 of 7

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Values calculated using E = 3G as per EN 16613 par 5.1; for exact values of the Young's modulus available actual Poisson's ratio can be used Notice: Although the information and/or recommendations as may be set forth herein (hereafter "Information”) are presented in good faith and believed to be correct at the date hereof, Eastman Chemical Company and its subsidiaries and affiliates including Eastman Inc. (hereinafter "Eastman") make no representations or warranties as to the completeness or accuracy thereof. Information is supplied upon the condition that the persons receiving same will...

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