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Doors - Pilkington

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Doors The use of glass in both external and internal doors can provide added light to your home without sacrificing safety, security or privacy. Our Decorative glass portfolio offers a range of traditional & contemporary styles.

Pilkington Decoration range

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Ideal for use in doors, partitions, roof glazing and external walls where a combination of aesthetic and functional needs are required. Pilkington Spandrel Glass. A range of options for use with curtain wall applications that allow the entire building exterior to be fully glazed by covering construction elements in non-vision areas such as the edges of floor slabs. Pilkington Texture Glass ...

Pilkington Decorative Glass Range

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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.

Fire Protection - Pilkington

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This includes doors and partitions of various framing materials and designs, facades and roof glazing and more recently even the first fire-resistant sliding doors and windows. Pilkington Specifire is the easy way to select the correct Pilkington glass for your fire-resistant application.

Safety Security - Pilkington

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Pilkington Optilam™ I. Laminated glass incorporating a choice of eight standard coloured interlayers. Pilkington Optilam™. Pilkington Optilam™ is the brand name for our laminated glass range.Pilkington Optilam™ is ideal for providing both impact resistance and security since it may break on impact but the glass is held in place thus preventing injury or intrusion.

Banks and Insurance - Pilkington

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The atrium on level 7 features EI 30 fire-resistant glazing, with EW 30 fire-resistant glazing for the atrium on levels 19 and 31. Glazed EI 30 fire-resistant partitions incorporating single- and double-leaf fire-resistant doors were used throughout the building.

Product Finder - Pilkington

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Ideal for use in doors, partitions, roof glazing and external walls where a combination of aesthetic and functional needs are required. Pilkington Spandrel Glass. A range of options for use with curtain wall applications that allow the entire building exterior to be fully glazed by covering construction elements in non-vision areas such as the edges of floor slabs. Pilkington Suncool™ One ...

Glass and Manual Attack - Pilkington

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Glass and Manual Attack We categorise glass into safety and security. Safety is where protection is needed from accidental damage and security for wilful damage.

About Fire Protection - Pilkington

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About Fire Protection Transparent solutions for protection of human life . Thanks to the continuous development and refinement of fire-resistant glass products modern glass architecture can implement its "democratic" values and principles of transparency and openness consistently both on the outer façades as well as in building interiors.

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

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Part 4 is often cited in project specifications, and gives safety recommendations for the use of glass and plastics in critical locations likely to be subject to accidental human impact, like doors or side panels in busy areas high risk areas. The recommendations are intended to reduce injuries, including the risk of cuts from broken glass. It defines a critical location as part of a door ...