Safety Security - Pilkington

The term “Security” is applied to glazing, which in addition to “Safety”, is able to withstand a variety of deliberate attacks such as manual, ballistic or blast. Using the right type of glass for security applications is not enough to ensure the necessary resistance to severe loads.

European/British Standards and Codes of Practice - Pilkington

BS EN 13022: Glass in building - Structural sealant glazing. Part 1: Glass products for structural sealant glazing systems supported and unsupported monolithic and multiple glazing; Part 2: Assembly rules; BS EN 13024: Glass in building – Thermally toughened borosilicate safety glass. Part 1: Definition and Description

The Good Glass Guide - Pilkington

Decorative Interior Glass 1. What are the different kinds of decoration and finishes that are available? There are a number of different kinds of decorative glass available; textured glass provides a variety of designs and different levels of obscurity.

Fire Safety - Pilkington

Internal lining materials to a building can significantly contribute to fire growth as a result of flame spread across their surface, or by the amount of heat they release during combustion. The Approved Document gives performance requirements for different situations.

Roof Glazing

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 glazing.

The Beauty of Glazing - Inside and Out - Pilkington

From partitions and panelling to splash-backs and shower screens, glass is being used in a variety of creative settings. It can be used to strike the perfect balance between light and privacy, while complementing the style of both modern and traditional buildings. Popular installations.

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