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Expertise Hub - Pilkington

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Welcome to our Expertise Hub Expertise Hub Pilkington have been at the forefront of glass manufacture for over 200 years. But you won’t just find our products in windows. We’re also at the cutting-edge of digital technology, with our smart glass being used in touch screens around the world.

Pilkington Oriel Collection

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[Pilkington Oriel Burdock™] Pilkington Oriel, a premium collection of high-end, etched glass products, is suitable for use in a wide range of applications across the home; from kitchen splashbacks, cupboards and bathroom shower screens, to replacement windows and partition walling.

Meet the expert: Steve Bond on Pilkington UK's market ...

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The expertise within Pilkington UK is vital to this specialist product development, and it’s here that Steve Bond, Technical & Customer Support Manager for Fire Protection, plays a critical role. Steve has responsibility for the development of Pilkington's range of fire-resistant products – often through close collaboration with customers, architects and developers. Here he explains how ...

The Story of Pilkington UK

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The company was founded by John William Bell and five other local men in 1826 under the name St. Helens Crown Glass Company. In the early seventeenth century the introduction of coal-fired furnaces in glass-making had caused most glass-production to be in the North East of England where most of the coal mines were located.

Invention of Float Glass - Pilkington

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Testing and Rigour Hub; Innovation Hub; Expertise Hub; Heritage. The Story of Pilkington UK; The Inventor of Float Glass; NSG Group History; Invention of Float Glass; Flat drawn process; Plate process; Cylinder process; Crown process; Pilkington UK Today; Careers. UK Graduate Recruitment. UK Graduate Vacancies; Application Process; Online ...

Pilkington Spec-it!

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For specifications on the move, Spec-it! can also be found in the Spectrum app for iOS and Android devices. Easy search for other criteria As well as key parameters such as light transmittance, U value and g value, Spec-it! also allows you to search on acoustics, safety, security and glass thickness.

Glassary - I - Pilkington

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Glassary - I I.G.U.: Insulating Glass unit. Impact performance: the impact resistance of a safety glass when tested according to BS 6206. See also Technical Bulletin Glass and Safety. Impact resistance: the classification according to BS 6206. See also Technical Bulletin Glass and Safety.

Introducing the newly updated Pilkington Oriel Collection

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Transforming homes nationwide, Pilkington UK Ltd. offers glass products with superb visual appeal and excellent functionality. From the Pilkington Oriel collection to Texture and Decorative ranges, each solution combines excellent levels of privacy with superb light transmission – helping to create home environments that are enduringly stylish. ...

Inside the Pilkington testing facility at our R&D Centre ...

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Inside the Pilkington testing facility at our R&D Centre in Lathom. We want our customers to feel confident that Pilkington products are Best in Glass, so we go above and beyond when it comes to testing and rigour.

External Condensation - Pilkington

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We often get asked about external condensation as there is a common misconception that it is caused through a fault in glazing units. Condensation, a natural occurrence, can occur on the external surface of double glazed units, especially as winter approaches. To help explain, we investigate the causes below.

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