is excellent break-in protection. Breaking through laminated glass requires time, effort and noise, and does not shatter when broken. It tends to remain intact, protecting interiors from flying glass, flying projectiles, and other damage.
Penetrating laminated glass requires more than just a golf ball, baseball or brick. Laminated glass even withstands minor explosions and is the major component for most bulletproof glass. It is now being used to meet strict building codes developed in Florida for hurricanes, and is used elsewhere for other severe weather phenomena such as tornadoes and earthquakes