Tackling the World’s Biggest Challenges Through Innovation - Pilkington

These are big future challenges which require a firm commitment to innovation – something which is central to our vision and working culture at Pilkington.

Innovation Hub - Pilkington

The science of glass development Investment and innovation in coating technology The Coater in 30 seconds Meet Kevin Sanderson, Head of Innovation Made in Britain BBC Feature - The History of Pilkington Glass Glass for digital displays Pilkington – Innovation Never Stops It’s a fast-moving, ever-changing world we live in.

How Pilkington UK's expertise in smart glass is driving digital innovation

With its expertise and long track record of developing new technologies, Pilkington is at the forefront of the smart glass revolution. Indeed, thanks to the work of its Innovation Incubator and R&D projects around the world, the company is bringing new smart glass applications to market for a variety of sectors including architecture ...

The Story of Pilkington UK

1953 – Baron Harry Pilkington knighted. 1957 – Cowley Hill 1 (CH1) is chosen to be the pilot plant for float glass production and is converted from plate glass production to float. 1959 – The float process was announced to the glass-making world. 1968 – Baron Harry Pilkington created a life peer, taking the title of Baron Pilkington.

Smart Glass, Smart Homes - Transforming Screen Time with ... - Pilkington

In this brave, new world, multi-functionality is key; with people looking for clever ways to make the most of space and create cool looks for residential and commercial properties.

London an Innovative Metropolis - Pilkington

Pilkington Spec-it!

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.

Solar Control - Pilkington

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.

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