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Internal Glazing - Pilkington

https://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/householders/glass-applications/internal-glazing

Internal Glazing Today's homes reflect the trends for families to spend more time together so they are often open plan which provides a great feeling of space. However many activities can be going on in one large area. The clever use of glass can give the impression of open living with light spaces but also allow for quiet or semi-private areas such as computer and games areas or office ...

The Beauty of Glazing - Inside and Out

https://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/news-insights/archived-blogs/the-beauty-of-glazing-inside-and-out

Decorative glass ranges combine aesthetics and functionality. Looking ahead to the next generation of interior design trends, it’s likely that internal glazing will continue to play a major role as more of us look to take advantage of the benefits and flexibility that glass offers. To read Kristian’s article in full, click here.

Structural Glazing - Pilkington

https://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/architects/types-of-glass/structural-glazing

Overview Pilkington Planar™ systems remain the world’s market leader for structural glazing systems.With its unrivalled stability and safety, this innovative product allows architects to build entire structures out of glass, allowing architects design flexibility to create bright and highly attractive working environments, with more light and a greater feeling of space.

Internal Partition - Pilkington

http://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/architects/glass-applications/internal-partition

Internal Partition; Photovoltaics; Roof Glazing; Shopfront; Stairs; Windows; Glass Furniture; Internal Partition Glass is an excellent choice for internal partitions. Not only does it allow light to penetrate further into a building but it can provide many other functions: Acoustic attenuation - reduce noise levels between areas; Impact resistance - provide a screen for security or prevent ...

Glass - Pilkington

https://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/architects/types-of-glass/structural-glazing/system-components/glass

Structural Glazing; Overview Pilkington's expertise in glass manufacture means that the company is able to provide the customer with an extensive range of glass types for total flexibility of design - in performance, appearance and transparency. From the clean lines of a single toughened product to the combined structural and environmental performance of an insulated unit incorporating a ...

Curtain Wall - Pilkington

https://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/architects/glass-applications/curtain-wall

Internal Partition; Photovoltaics; Roof Glazing; Shopfront; Stairs; Windows; Glass Furniture ; Curtain Wall The curtain wall method of glazing allows glass to be used in large uninterrupted areas creating consistent attractive facades. The flexibility in choice of Pilkington products allows the designer to control every aspect of the performance from thermal to solar considerations and ...

Pilkington Decoration range

https://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/products/product-categories/decoration

For privacy, style or to allow more light into internal rooms, our decorative glass gives you a wide range of options for your home or office. Pilkington Insulight™ Decor. Our own glazing unit incorporating a wide range of decorative effects for use in domestic or commercial applications. Pilkington Mirropane™ Chrome. Pilkington Mirropane™ Chrome is a is a toughenable mirror, resistant ...

Pilkington K Glass™ Range

https://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/products/product-categories/thermal-insulation/pilkington-k-glass-range

Reduces unsightly internal condensation; Allows you to extend the glazed area of a building without increasing heat loss; Helps windows achieve the highest Window Energy Ratings (WER) possible; Range Brochures. Pilkington K Glass™ Range Brochure; Pilkington K Glass™ Range Consumer Brochure; Pilkington energiKare™ A5 consumer brochure; Pilkington K Glass™ Glazing and Handling Guidelines ...

Glass and Thermal Stress - Pilkington

https://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/architects/glass-information/functions-of-glass/mechanicalfunctionsofglass/glass-and-thermal-stress

Details of internal heating systems. Any other details like other buildings or trees casting a shadow onto the glass. During the year the sun changes its path through the sky. If the glass in a building is subject to excess thermal stress it would be expected to have problems in its first year of use. The most challenging periods are in spring and autumn when the sun angles are low and the ...