Internal Partition

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;

European/British Standards and Codes of Practice - Pilkington

BS 5234: Partitions (including matching linings) Part 1: Code of practice for design and installation ; Part 2: Specification for performance requirements for strength and robustness including methods of test; BS 6180: Barriers in and about buildings - Code of practice. BS 6262: Glazing for buildings. Part 1: General methodology for the ...

Fire Protection - Pilkington

Pilkington fire-resistant glass is represented in several hundred fully tested and approved glazing systems. This includes doors and partitions of various framing materials and designs, facades and roof glazing and more recently even the first fire-resistant sliding doors and windows.

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.

Specification Checklist - Pilkington

For additional information on all these subjects refer to the specific sections on our web pages. 1 Aquaria and Pools 2 Barriers 3 Explosions 4 Floors 5 Glass Fins 6 Overhead canopies 7 Partitions 8 Shelves 9 Wind and snow loads 10 Bullet Resistance 11 Security and anti-bandit glass 12 Noise control 13 Fire

Pilkington Pyrodur®

Suitable for internal and external applications ; Can be used in some of the lightest density and slimmest timber frame profiles; Also suitable for steel, aluminium and fire rated composite frames; Achieves an integrity rating of at least 30 minutes and an insulation rating of 15 minutes; Excellent sound reduction properties

Pilkington Pyrostop®

Typical applications include partial or full size fire doors, partition glazing along escape routes, room compartmentation, roofs, floors and facade glazing Designed to be used in windows to prevent break out of fire and movement of fire along or up the outside face of the building or across re-entrant corners, as well as the prevention of fire ...

Part O: What you need to know - Pilkington

The supporting Approved Document to Part O identifies two methods of assessment – the simplified method, which is based on location, dwelling type, glazing area and presence of cross-ventilation, and the dynamic thermal modelling method, which involves calculation of the risk of overheating in the property.

Part L Overview - Pilkington

On 15th December 2021, the Government published the 2021 editions of the supporting Approved Documents Part L (conservation of fuel and power) and Part F (ventilation) of the Building Regulations for new and existing buildings, as well as the new regulation (Part O) addressing the risk of overheating in new homes.

Pilkington Optiphon™

Suitable for internal and external applications; Can be single glazed or incorporated in an Insulating Glass Unit such as Pilkington Insulight™ Phon for increased sound insulation; Provides a range of noise control levels; Can be combined with other products in the Pilkington Range to achieve other benefits

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