Doors - Pilkingtonhttps://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/householders/glass-applications/doorsDoors, 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 rangehttps://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/products/product-categories/decorationPilkington Decorative Glass. Decorative glass enables you to add style and elegance to your home, incorporating Georgians, leads and bevels to create a distinctive look.Pilkington Decorative Glass Rangehttps://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/householders/decorative-glazingPilkington 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.Product Finder - Pilkingtonhttps://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/products/product-finderPilkington Pyrodur ® is a clear, laminated fire- and impact-resistant glass offering up to 60 minutes integrity and is ideal for use in fire doors and partitioning. Pilkington Pyrodur ® Plus. Clear integrity only fire-resistant glass. Impact resistance ideal for fire doors and partitioning. Pilkington Pyroshield™ 2 Safety ClearPilkington Pyrostop®https://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/products/product-categories/fire-protection/pilkington-pyrostopTypical applications include partial or full size fire doors, partition glazing along escape routes, room compartmentation, roofs, floors and facade glazing Designed to be used in windows to prevent break out of fire and movement of fire along or up the outside face of the building or across re-entrant corners, as well as the prevention of fire transfer from one building to anotherA glass and glazing safety standard is changing, but what ... - Pilkingtonhttps://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/news-insights/featured-articles/a-glass-and-glazing-safety-standard-is-changing-but-what-does-it-mean-for-the-industryPart 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 ...Special Applications - Pilkingtonhttps://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/products/product-categories/special-applicationsNSG TEC™ Technical Applications. NSG TEC™ offers a wide variety of thermal and heated glass performance properties, whilst increasing light transmittance and optimising electrical conductivity.. Pilkington AviSafe™ Pilkington AviSafe™ is a glass solution that uses a unique patterned UV enhanced coating to disrupt reflections, providing a visible barrier to birds and preventing collisions.Solar Control - Pilkingtonhttps://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/products/product-categories/solar-controlSolar Control Glass The increased use of glass in architecture today makes it imperative to consider the comfort of a building's occupants. Solar control glass can be an attractive feature of a building whilst at the same time minimising, or even eliminating the need for an air conditioning system, reducing running costs of the building and saving energy.Glass Floors - Pilkingtonhttps://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/householders/glass-applications/floorsDoors; Internal Glazing; Bathrooms; Façade; Glass Floors; Glass Furniture; Kitchens; Mirrors; Rooflights; Solar Panels; Windows; Conservatory Roof Replacement; Replacement Glazing; Glass Floors A glass floor allows light to pass through a building reducing the need for artificial lighting and providing a natural source of daylight. The introduction of light through the core of a building can ...Changes to Part L of the building regulations: what installers should ...https://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/news-insights/latest/changes-to-part-l-what-installers-should-expect-as-we-approach-future-homes-standardRecent changes to Part L of the building regulations in England come into effect from June, and will be a significant step towards achieving the Government’s Future Homes Standard, which aims to ensure that all new homes built from 2025 will produce 75-80% less carbon than those delivered under current regulations.