Pilkington Decoration range

Decoration Glass. Our decorative glass is very versatile; it allows total freedom in design and can be customised to fulfil any requirements. Various technologies can be used to create the finished products, whether it is patterned or coloured glass. We can also influence the transparency of the glass surface, as well as its light transmittance (i.e. to be translucent).

Glass and Human Impact - Pilkington

Decoration. Pilkington Decorative Glass; Pilkington Optifloat ™ Opal; Pilkington Optimirror ™ Pilkington Optimirror ™ Protect; Pilkington Oriel Collection. Pattern Advice; Pilkington Texture Glass. Pilkington Texture Glass Warwick™ Pilkington Texture Glass Wired; Glass Systems. Pilkington Profilit ™ Health Applications. Pilkington ...

Decarbonisation - Pilkington

It also recognises that, despite the success of our industry in reducing by over 40% of its CO 2 emissions per tonne of glass since 1990, major evolutions in technology and energy infrastructure will be needed to achieve climate neutrality in the EU and UK. As an active member of Glass for Europe, we support its call for national governments to develop an industrial strategy to achieve carbon neutrality and introduce deep renovation programmes that will transform our existing building stock ...

Renovating with Pilkington energiKare™

Pilkington energiKare™ Legacy utilises two panes of glass separated by a gap of 0.2mm (compared to a typical 16mm gap in traditional double glazing). The glazing’s overall thickness of 6mm is enough to provide an aesthetically pleasing glazing solution where a slim profile is needed, and a thermally efficient window.

Glass and Manual Attack - Pilkington

The combination of toughened and laminated glass is often suggested to get the best of both worlds. The reality can be a glass that rapidly loses its integrity when both panes are broken. The lack of support offered by broken toughened can allow the glass to fold and be removed from the frame. The range of manual attack applications is quite broad.

A glass and glazing safety standard is changing, but what ... - Pilkington

BS 6262 consists of the following parts: • Part 1: General methodology for the selection of glazing; • Part 2: Code of practice for energy, light and sound; • Part 3: Code of practice for fire, security and wind loading; • Part 4: Code of practice for safety related to human impact; • Part 5: Code of practice for frame design considerations;

Pilkington in the UK

Pilkington, which was acquired by NSG Group in 2006, invented the Float Process, by which most of the world’s high quality glass is made. The Pilkington brand is synonymous with technical excellence and service in the glass industry. With buildings accounting for almost 50 percent of the energy consumed in developed countries, increased focus is being placed on legislation and policies to improve their energy efficiency.

UK Sites - Pilkington

UK Sites. We operate from a number of sites across the UK within Architectural, Automotive and Speciality Strategic Business Units. If you would like to contact Architectural the best way is via our Contact Form. European Technical Centre - Pilkington Group Limited. Hall Lane, Lathom, Nr Ormskirk, Lancashire. L40 5UF. Tel:+44 (0)1695 50000.

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