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Pilkington Spacia™

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Pilkington Spacia ™ uses vacuum technology and the point at which air is removed is covered by a small cap on every unit. The black protection cap is 12mm in diameter and set 50mm in from two edges of the glass and should not be removed. The cap is not intrusive and tends not to be noticed once glazed. Although the cap comes in black as standard, silver is also available on request. ...

A Perfect Blend Of Old And New - Using Pilkington Spacia ...

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With Pilkington Spacia™ condensation levels are much lower than in traditional single glazed windows and its low weight makes it suitable for use in fittings like historic sash windows or secondary glazing. Used in commercial properties in the UK and Japan for more than a decade, it is acquiring a reputation for effective use in private residences too. To find out more about Pilkington ...

Pilkington Spacia™

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Pilkington Spacia™ uses a completely different edge seal technology for maintaining the vacuum. Many of the compatibility considerations associated with conventional IGUs are avoided. It can even be glazed in some putties to achieve the original look of fine timber glazing. Even the rebate depth can be reduced due to the slim edge detail that only requires 10mm of edge cover.

Create a period property look and feel with Pilkington Spacia

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Pilkington Spacia™ is also much slimmer than standard types of glazing which means it’s a great choice when you’re working with a listed building. It does this by using a unique vacuum system, bringing together an outer pane of low-emissivity glass and an inner pane of clear float glass separated by microdots.

FAQs - Pilkington

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Pilkington Spacia™ uses vacuum technology and the point at which air is removed is covered by a small cap on every unit. The black protection cap is 12mm in diameter and set 50mm in from two edges of the glass and should not be removed. The cap is not intrusive and tends not to be noticed once glazed. Although the cap comes in black as standard, silver is also available on request.

Creating a more eco-friendly home - Pilkington

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Pilkington Spacia™ is the perfect solution to combat these issues, as it’s vacuum glazing technology provides unrivalled thermal performance. It helps reduce energy loss, all while retaining the aesthetics, history and heritage in older properties.

Featured Articles - Pilkington

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Supplier Finder - Pilkington

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Pilkington in the UK

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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. With buildings accounting for almost 50 percent of the energy consumed in developed countries, increased focus is being placed on legislation and policies to ...