Product Finder - Pilkington

1. Filter where you want to use your product: In a residential or a commercial project Residential Commercial 2. Optionally filter what part of the building you wish to glaze Balconies Bathrooms Conservatories Doors Façade Floors Furniture Internal Glazing Kitchens Mirrors Photovoltaics Replacement Conservatory Roofs Replacement Glazing Rooflights

European/British Standards and Codes of Practice - Pilkington

BS 5357: Code of practice for installation of security glazing. BS 5516: Patent glazing and sloping glazing for buildings. Part 1: Code of practice for design and installation of sloping and vertical patent glazing; Part 2: Code of practice for sloping glazing; BS 5234: Partitions (including matching linings)

The Beauty of Glazing - Inside and Out - Pilkington

22 Sep 2014 Product manager for Pilkington United Kingdom Limited, Kristian Chalmers discusses the beauty of decorative glazing in a recent issue of Glass and Glazing Products magazine. Find out what she had to say and pick-up a couple of hints and tips on how best to specify.

Safety Security - Pilkington

What is Safety & Security? Reducing the risk of accident or protecting against deliberate attack. The term “Safety” is applied to glazing used to reduce the risk of accident by impact, fracture, shattering, or in a fire.

Roof Glazing - Pilkington

Internal Partition; Photovoltaics; Roof Glazing; Shopfront; Stairs; Windows; Glass Furniture; Roof Glazing Creating a light well by using glass in the roof is a popular way of introducing light to central areas of a building. In addition to the normal considerations of thermal and solar-control, we need to consider the safety of the overhead ...

Pilkington Toughened Glass

Pilkington Toughened Glass (THS) is the heat soaked form of Pilkington Toughened Glass for those applications where a reduction in spontaneous fracture is advantageous, such as structural applications, barriers and roof glazing. In this case Pilkington Toughened Glass (THS) should be specified along with the other product benefits required.

Pilkington Pyrostop®

Pilkington Pyrostop ® is the product to use wherever a complete, physically robust fire protection shield is desired in combination with the high quality through vision and high quality natural lighting typical of normal glazing.

Glass and Thermal Stress - Pilkington

Details of any internal or external blind/louvres Details of any back up i.e where a panel makes up a level to a floor or ceiling behind the glass allowing hot air to be trapped and reflecting back at the glass. The framing material including thermal breaks and frame colour. The window size and if it opens. I.e. changes the angle to the sun.

Pilkington Pyroclear®

1 Are there internal and external versions of Pilkington Pyroclear®? 2 Can Pilkington Pyroclear® be incorporated into any fire-resistant system? 3 Does Pilkington Pyroclear® have an impact safety classification in accordance with BS EN 12600? 4 Does Pilkington Pyroclear® need to be glazed by approved installers? 5

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.

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