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Glass Furniture - pilkington.com

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Glass Furniture Glass is an integral part of contemporary furniture solutions. Modern, stylish furniture designs can be created with our extra clear glass, with the benefit being particularly clear on exposed glass edges. We also have a wide range of decorative glass products including textured and acid etched glass.

Glass Furniture - Pilkington

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Glass Furniture Glass is increasingly a fashionable element of interior design and an integral part of contemporary furniture solutions. When designing furniture with glass elements, the appearance and visual effects of different types of glass, colours & translucency are taken into consideration.

Conservatory - Pilkington - First in Glass

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Conservatories Adding a conservatory or a glass box extension is now an extremely popular means to increase the available space in your home, as well as adding value to your property. A glass extension can be beneficial for a wide range of reasons:

Decorative aesthetic units - First in Glass

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Screen printed glass is one of the decorative products from within the Pilkington Decorative Glass range. It is ideal for use in roof glazing and external walls where a combination of aesthetic and functional needs are required.

UK Sites - Pilkington - First in Glass

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Alternative Glass Applications. Acrylic Castings; Commercial Refrigeration; Digital Signage; Glass Furniture; Heated Glass; Infrastructure; Lighting Products; Mirror Concealing Displays; Museum and Display Glass; Picture Glass; Splash Backs; Transparent Multi-functional Wires; Contact. Corporate Contacts; Corporate Information; About This Site ...

System Components - Pilkington - First in Glass

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The Pilkington Planar ™ system comprises glass, fittings and support structure. Each element has an array of options enabling the best possible solution to be realised no matter what the application. Key Aspects of the Pilkington Planar ™ System:

Solar Control Glass - Pilkington - First in Glass

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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.

Double Glazing Units - g-value guide - First in Glass

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Alternative Glass Applications. Acrylic Castings; Commercial Refrigeration; Digital Signage; Glass Furniture; Heated Glass; Infrastructure; Lighting Products; Mirror Concealing Displays; Museum and Display Glass; Picture Glass; Splash Backs; Transparent Multi-functional Wires; Contact. Corporate Contacts; Corporate Information; About This Site ...

The fading issue: why sunlight exposure ... - First in Glass

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Laminated glass also tends to block more UV than tinted glass, due to the presence of the polyvinylbutyral (PVB) interlayer. For guidance, 6mm clear glass typically has a UV transmittance of 57 per cent, and 6mm blue-tinted glass transmits 18 per cent. Meanwhile, 6.4mm clear laminated glass transmits just three per cent of UV rays, while 7.5mm ...

Glass and Manual Attack - Pilkington

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Glass is tested under the worse case conditions and assumes that the assailant aims square to the glass and can group the strikes in a tight pattern. In the design the ability to stop a bullet is easier than controlling the other related issues. The glass when hit is expected to break and flex. The flexing can cause particles of glass to flick off the rear pane. The spall of the back can be ...