Glass Solutions for Architects - Pilkington

Glass in Architecture 2016 UKST_Pilkington Bulletin - Mar 2017 - What next for glass in commercial buildings UKST_Architects Report Nov2016 Pilkington Solar Control Range Pilkington Solar Control Datasheet UK Glass Range Brochure Pilkington Planar™ Brochure Pilkington Insulight™ - Commercial Brochure Pilkington Solar Control Datasheet UK Pilkington energiKare™ Triple brochure Pilkington ...

Shopfront - Pilkington

Shopfront Windows are extremely important for shop fronts, showrooms, or car dealerships due to the various functions they have to play for the building owner and the visitor.

Doors - Pilkington

Glass Doors The entrance to a building is an opportunity to create a dramatic entrance and make a statement about the building or the client.

Glassary - L - Pilkington

Glassary - L Laminate: another term for laminated glass. Laminated glass: laminated glass is produced by combining layers of glass with plastic (PVB) or resin (CIP) interlayers to form sandwiches of material with specific design properties. Laminated toughened glass: laminated glass made with all the panes in toughened glass. This is often specified for overhead and structural glazing ...

Glassary - K - Pilkington

Glassary - K Kappafloat™: is the old name for our first off-line coated, low emissivity glass. It is now called Pilkington Optitherm™. (See Product Data Sheet) Kappafloat S™: is the old name for our highest performance low emissivity glass. It is an off-line coated glass. It is now called Pilkington Optitherm™ S (See Product Data Sheet)

Insulating Glass Units - Pilkington

Overview Offering exceptional performance, Pilkington Insulight™ glazing units are preferred by many architects as they allow for maximum design flexibility and creativity. This has resulted in many of the innovative commercial buildings we see today. Pilkington Insulight™ is a technically advanced dual-sealed unit meeting British and European standards and is designed to offer a variety ...

Specification Checklist - Pilkington

For basic domestic aquaria constructions please refer to our "ready reckoner" to help you determine the correct glass thickness - Click here to view the ready reckoner. Where the application is more complex or laminated or toughened glass is required please contact us with the following information:

European/British Standards and Codes of Practice

European/British Standards and Codes of Practice There are many British and European Standards which apply directly or indirectly to glass for use in building.

Pilkington Decorative Glass Range

Pilkington Texture Glass Warwick™ is a random pattern which has implications when cutting the glass down into finished sizes. If a pane is small enough, potentially there could be no evidence of the pattern at all. Therefore it is important when cutting and optimising this glass that the overall appearance of the finished pane is considered so that the design is central to the pane.