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Glassary - I - Pilkington

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The Pilkington Pyrostop™ range of products is insulating glass. Do not confuse insulating glass with insulating glass units. Insulating glass unit (or I.G.U.): Commonly known as a double glazing unit (D.G.U.) a construction consisting of two or more panes of glass spaced apart with spacer bars to form a cavity between the panes.

Pilkington Insulight™ takes the crown at The Catalyst Newcastle

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Press Release. 12 Mar 2020. A new Newcastle University building, inspired by the shape of a crown, uses Pilkington United Kingdom Limited glass to create a striking monolithic structure in the heart of the city’s sustainable Helix development.

Pilkington Suncool™ Range

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The Pilkington Suncool™ Range comprises our highest performing off-line coated, solar control and low-emissivity glass products. Coating technology has revolutionised the design of modern buildings enabling extensive use of glazing which combines functionality with stunning aesthetics.

Glassary - S - Pilkington

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All Pilkington Insulight™ units are dual sealed. Sloping glazing: an alternative name for inclined glazing. Soda lime silicate glass: ordinary window glass, including float glass, patterned glass and wired glass and any products made of these. Solar Control: the effectiveness of glass is limiting solar heat gain. Solar control can be ...

Glassary - D - Pilkington

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Glassary - D Data protection: the electromagnetic shielding of computers either to prevent scanning of the radio waves emitted by computers or to prevent corruption of data by interference from outside radio or radar sources. Datastop™:

Glassary - L - Pilkington

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Glassary - L Laminate: another term for laminated glass. Laminated glass: laminated glass is produced by combining layers of glass with plastic (PVB) or resin (CIP) interlayers to form sandwiches of material with specific design properties. Laminated toughened glass: laminated glass made with all the panes in toughened glass.

Sitemap - Pilkington

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Pilkington Insulight™ takes the crown at The Catalyst Newcastle; Glass giant launches advice hub on Part L changes; Modern glazing brings new life to Victorian gatehouse as student hub; Installation at Slimming World HQ wins at major awards programme; Smart structural glazing helps connect cutting-edge university complex

Insights - Pilkington

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Press Release Glass giant invests in sustainable glassmaking in St Helens 24 April 2023 Pilkington UK secures the future of rolled glass production in the UK with major investment in St Helens as part of government-backed project.

Pilkington Optiphon™

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Pilkington Optiphon™ is a high quality acoustic laminated glass that offers excellent noise reduction without compromising on light transmittance or impact performance. The desired acoustic performance can be achieved through combining various thicknesses of glass with a special PVB (polyvinylbutyral) interlayer.

CE Marking - Pilkington

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UK & Ireland Information for Trade Customers CE Marking CE Marking CE stands for 'Communité Européenne'. CE Marking indicates that a product conforms to a European technical standard identified as a harmonised European Norm (hEN).

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