Canopy -

A glass canopy provides an attractive and practical feature to a building, usually outside entrance doors. The canopy will protect people entering the building, & help to keep rain or any bad weather from also entering. A glass canopy will allow more natural light through into the entrance area compared to a solid canopy.

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Glass FAQs - Pilkington

It is typically used in applications such as glazed roofs, canopies, shopfronts and floors. By varying the number and thickness of glass and interlayers, laminated glass can be employed in a wide range of security applications, including where resistance to manual attack is required.

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Specification Checklist - Pilkington

1 Aquaria and Pools 2 Barriers 3 Explosions 4 Floors 5 Glass Fins 6 Overhead canopies 7 Partitions 8 Shelves 9 Wind and snow loads 10 Bullet Resistance 11 Security and anti-bandit glass 12 Noise control 13 Fire

European/British Standards and Codes of Practice - Pilkington

There are many British and European Standards which apply directly or indirectly to glass for use in building. Although not exhaustive, the following lists some of the most commonly used. British and European Standards (BS EN) BS EN 356: Glass in building – Security glazing - Testing and classification of resistance against manual attack

Insights - Pilkington

Pioneers and trailblazers: 70 years of float glass innovation. 25 May 2022. Neil Syder, managing director at Pilkington United Kingdom Limited, part of the NSG Group, reflects on 70 years of the modern float glass process and looks forward to the next breakthroughs in glass manufacturing technologies.

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Through our market-leading approach to testing we can use the Pilkington Planar™ system to create soaring facades, roofs, canopies or even clad an entire building – secure in the knowledge that the system will perform in the most demanding applications.

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Used on some of the world’s most impressive buildings, Pilkington Planar™ is a top performing structural glazing system that can be applied to a wide range of architectural purposes – from creating soaring facades, roofs and canopies, to cladding entire buildings.

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The durable pyrolytic on-line coating lasts the lifetime of the glass and can be toughened, laminated, bent or processed into insulating glass units using standard techniques. The product is also compatible with harsh commercial grade cleaning products and is highly resistant to corrosion, mechanical and chemical damage.

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