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Balustrades - Pilkington

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On balconies and terraces internally or externally; Around stairs and lifts; On walkways to control & guide the direction of pedestrian traffic; A British Standard BS6180:1999 is the code of practice for barriers buildings. The standard gives design information and details on three typical designs that are commonly used. Guidance is given on the heights and choice of materials and fixings ...

Project References - Pilkington

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Sliding glass door elements for cabin balconies, total 150 pcs. Hinged A-0 fire-rated glass doors for sauna section ; Sliding glass roof for the uppermost deck; Project References 1988-1998. Superstar Leo and Superstar Virgo - Built at Jos. L. Meyer GmbH, Papenburg, Germany, 1997 and 1998. Large panoramic rear restaurant windows ; SuperFast III and SuperFast IV - Built at Kvaerner Masa-Yards ...

Applications

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Applications Interior Glazing. Pilkington Optiwhite™ is the ideal solution for glass doors, glass partitions, glass stairs, balustrades, and more.. Interior glazing is increasingly popular in commercial and residential buildings in order to allow natural light to flow throughout the building or as a design feature.

Future Architecture for Combating Environmental Changes

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For today’s buildings however we offer Toughened Glass which is the same thickness as ordinary glass but five times as strong and can be used in applications such as areas with high pedestrian traffic, in doors, shower and bath enclosures, balconies and barriers amongst others. For a full overview, as well as its benefits please click here.

Internal Glazing - Pilkington

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Glass barriers such as balustrades or balconies are also popular additions to the home. Consider the range of options available to enhance your home with glass. Types of glass for use in internal glazing. Fire Protection Provides passive protection from the effects of fire for up to 180 minutes allowing maximum use of natural light and... Noise Control Reduces the noise inside a building to ...

Pilkington Optiwhite™

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Applications Interior Glazing. Pilkington Optiwhite™ is the ideal solution for glass doors, glass partitions, glass stairs, balustrades, and more.. Interior glazing is increasingly popular in commercial and residential buildings in order to allow natural light to flow throughout the building or as a design feature.

Pilkington Activ™ Self-Cleaning Glass

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We’re currently working with architect and TV presenter, George Clarke, who is famed for large-scale restoration projects and is a real advocate for maximising the use of glass in the home.Check out what he thinks about how glass can bring a home to life and also be environmentally friendly.. At Pilkington, we’ve worked on some truly amazing projects featuring glass over the years, and one ...

Product Finder - Pilkington

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NSG TEC™ Solar Applications. NSG TEC™ is a group of products, including a comprehensive range of TCO glass (Transparent Conductive Oxide coated glass), optimised to suit a variety of thin film photovoltaics, with different haze and conductivity levels.. NSG TEC™ Technical Applications. NSG TEC™ offers a wide variety of thermal and heated glass performance properties, whilst increasing ...

A Brief History of the glass Conservatory

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As time progressed more elaborate conservatories were developed – John Nash’s Georgian design constructed in Kew Gardens is a prime example of a 17 th Century conservatory. The Victorian era was vital to the evolution of conservatory building as the production of steel – an ideal material for framing glass – became cheaper allowing designers like Sir Joseph Paxton to blaze a trail in ...