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Pilkington MirroView™

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Pilkington MirroView™ Gives digital displays and video screens a modern, transitional look.

Smart Glass, Smart Homes - Pilkington

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Pilkington MirroView™ is a multi-functional mirrored glass that can be used to conceal screens and digital displays when they aren’t being used. Easy to move and handle, the glass can be toughened, making it extremely durable.

Pilkington Mirropane™ Chrome, toughenable mirror

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Overview. Pilkington Mirropane™ Chrome is a special off-line coated mirror, which is resistant to atmospheric corrosion. A versatile product which can be toughened, bent and laminated. Pilkington Mirropane™ Chrome can be used in a variety of interior, exterior and decorative applications such as:. Bathrooms/Wet Rooms/Shower Screens; Kitchen Splash Backs

The Modernised Bathroom - Pilkington

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One such product is Pilkington MirroView ™, which allows digital screens to be used as reflective surfaces, concealing them until they are needed. The reflective mirror coating is specifically engineered for this Digital Display application, and enables the glass to be bi-functional and sleek looking, even when the digital screen is not in use.

Pilkington Optimirror™

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Pilkington MirroView ... Pilkington Optimirror ™ The Pilkington Optimirror™ Range is a collection of high specification mirrors that incorporate excellent protection of the reflective silver layer, without the need for the copper and lead used in the conventional process. In addition to being environmentally friendly to manufacture, the Pilkington Optimirror™ Range offers far greater ...

Special Applications - Pilkington

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Pilkington MirroView™ is a highly reflective mirror coating with a clear substrate. Pilkington MirroView™ gives digital displays and video screens a modern, transitional look. Pilkington Mirropane™ Pilkington Mirropane™ is an on-line coated glass developed for use as a one-way mirror where clear vision is required and specific lighting ...

How Pilkington UK's expertise in smart glass is driving ...

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We have a product called Pilkington MirroView™, which has just enough light transmission to allow the video screen to display, but enough reflection to allow it to also work as a mirror. That technology is becoming interactive now, whereby mirrors are becoming touchscreen-enabled for retail applications.

Pilkington in the UK

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As a member of the NSG Group, Pilkington United Kingdom Limited is one of the leading glass suppliers in the UK. Pilkington, which was acquired by NSG Group in 2006, invented the Float Process, by which most of the world’s high quality glass is made. The Pilkington brand is synonymous with technical excellence and service in the glass industry.

Pilkington Pyrodur®

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Pilkington Pyrodur ® is widely used and specified in a range of softwood and hardwood timber. Offering up to 60 mins integrity, Pilkington Pyrodur ® can combine impact resistance (BS EN 12600) up to Class 1(B)1 and penetration resistance (BS EN 356) to classification P(1)A , which is a requirement in Approved Document Q and recommended in Secured by Design.

The Story of Pilkington UK

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The former Pilkington UK Headquarters can still be seen at this location. In 1828 J. W. Bell sold his share of the company to Peter Greenall, James Bromilow, William Pilkington and a John Barnes. Since Bell had the technical knowledge of glass making and had kept the success of the works consistent, the loss of him looked damning for the company.