Glass Systems - Pilkington

Glass Systems. Glass can be used to create building interiors which connect occupants with the external environment, combining unbroken views of the surrounding nature and high levels of natural light with the comfort and safety of the internal environment. Our glass systems are developed for use in glass façades, walls or roofs, and also for internal glazing applications.

Glass Floors - Pilkington

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 dull claustrophobic interior. With the changing arc of the sun the effects of the light can add a welcome dimension to the interior.

Pilkington Decorative Glass Range

Pilkington Texture Glass Privacy Levels. No one offers a bigger choice of original designs for patterned/textured glass, in fact, you can choose from a range of 19 designs from traditional to contemporary. The range offers 5 privacy levels to suit your needs. For information photography taken with focal point of camera to glass 85 cm and clock front to glass 15 cm.

The Good Glass Guide - Pilkington

Laminated or toughened products are also the best options for partitions. These can be clear or tinted including translucent interlayer’s within laminated glass or patterned glass for toughened. Sound insulation can be enhanced by specifying laminated glass with an enhanced acoustic interlayer, such as Pilkington Optiphon™. For glass floors, the glass will have to be laminated and it may be necessary to consider a non slip surface, particularly if it could get wet.

Automotive Glazing Systems Processes - Pilkington

Automotive Glazing Systems Processes. Increasingly, glazing systems rather than a simple piece of glass are being supplied to the vehicle manufacturers. Much of this value-added activity is undertaken once the glass has been laminated or tempered. Glazing systems help to simplify the vehicle assembly process. Modular systems such as encapsulation and extrusion are designed to facilitate adhesive bonding of the glazing to the vehicle.

Appearance of Glass - Pilkington

The principle area of importance for glass is the range between Ultraviolet and Infrared rays representing daylight or visible light. Energy can exist in many forms including heat, light, chemical, nuclear, mechanical, and electrical which can be transformed from one form to another. The two important energy states in respect to glass are: Heat

Pilkington K Glass™ Range

Pilkington K Glass™ is the UK’s leading thermal glass brand. Established for over 30 years and easily stocked, processed and installed, it has become the trusted solution for meeting Building Regulations concerning energy efficiency.

Glass and Human Impact - Pilkington

Laminated glass is no stronger than the annealed glass it is formed from but the interlayer bonds the panes together. The bonded panes resist penetration and holds the broken panes together reducing the risk of harm. Glass is categorised for its impact resistance in BS6206 and BS EN 12600.

Glass Furniture - Pilkington

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. The use of Pilkington Optiwhite ™ extra clear glass and Pilkington Optifloat ™ Opal matt translucent glass allow you to create a neutral-looking furniture.

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