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Façade - Pilkington

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Façade Glass façades in a residential property allow glass to be used in large uninterrupted areas often creating a dramatic statement. The glass can be installed in a system based on aluminium or steel profiles or as a point fixed structural glazing system such as Pilkington Planar™. Our product portfolio ensures a designer/architect can control every aspect of the performance of the ...

Glassary - F

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Glassary - F Façade: the face of a building, or the cladding covering it. Façade element: a part of the façade, such as a window or spandrel panel. Face clearance: the distance between the glass and the rebate upstand. This is usually filled with a gasket or sealant. Fanlight: the glazing immediately above the door. Faraday Cage: a complete electrically conducting earthed screen around a ...

Glass Floors - Pilkington

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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 transform what might otherwise be a ...

Insights - Pilkington

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Pilkington Optiwhite™, Pilkington Planar™, Glass Systems, Façade , Windows, Shopfront, Commercial Windows. Read More. Press Release. Using the right glass products to extend your home. 14 June 2019. It’s the dream for any homeowner, finding a spacious airy property with plenty of natural light. But, as well as looking good, there is an increasing amount of medical research pointing to ...

Product Finder - Pilkington

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NSG TEC™ Solar Applications. NSG TEC™ is a group of products, including a comprehensive range of TCO glass (Transparent Conductive Oxide coated glass), optimised to suit a variety of thin film photovoltaics, with different haze and conductivity levels.. NSG TEC™ Technical Applications. NSG TEC™ offers a wide variety of thermal and heated glass performance properties, whilst increasing ...

Insulating Glass Units - Pilkington

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Overview Offering exceptional performance, Pilkington Insulight™ glazing units are preferred by many architects as they allow for maximum design flexibility and creativity. This has resulted in many of the innovative commercial buildings we see today. Pilkington Insulight™ is a technically advanced dual-sealed unit meeting British and European standards and is designed to offer a variety ...

Pilkington Spandrel Glass

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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.

Windows - Pilkington

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Façade; Glass Floors; Glass Furniture; Kitchens; Mirrors; Rooflights; Solar Panels; Windows; Conservatory Roof Replacement; Replacement Glazing; Windows Glass can enhance your windows in more ways than you might imagine. Our wide range of glass can be used in various ways in an IGU (insulating glass unit) to help achieve improved window performance, as well as aesthetic enhancement to any ...

Solar Control - Pilkington

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Solar 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.