Project References - Pilkington

Project References We are passionate about glass; we have the experience and the expertise in glass development, manufacturing and processing, and we aim to deliver these for the benefit of the industry. Our global project reference area aims to inspire the creation of exciting and dynamic new designs.

Project References - Pilkington

Project References 1988-1998 Superstar Leo and Superstar Virgo - Built at Jos. L. Meyer GmbH, Papenburg, Germany, 1997 and 1998 Large panoramic rear restaurant windows SuperFast III and SuperFast IV - Built at Kvaerner Masa-Yards, Turku New Shipyard, Finland, 1998 Awnings and windscreens on deck 8, 9 and 10 Double glass units on deck 7

Pilkington Spec-it!

If you know the target U and g values for your project, then Spec-it! can help you select the right product. Two clicks to Spec-it! If you’ve already registered for Spectrum online, in just two clicks you'll be in Spec-it! – our powerful product search function, which finds the product you need. Simply log on to Spectrum in the usual way and click the Spec-it! button at the top-centre of ...

Part L Overview - Pilkington

Welcome to our Part L hub. Changes to Part L of the Building Regulations in England, including the supporting Approved Documents, are expected to have a significant impact on glass and glazing products in residential and non-residential buildings.

Part L 2022 Current Thinking - Pilkington

O is for overheating but it’s not as easy as ABC: Published as an early Christmas present to take effect on 15 th June 2022, we now know the new regulatory requirements for mitigating overheating in new residential buildings in England. We know that this is Part O of the building regulations – the letter 'S' has been assigned to infrastructure for charging electric vehicles - making it ...

Enhancing our expertise through collaboration - Pilkington

At the moment, we have a project within our capability programme where we’re working with a spin-off company from a large North American University. We invest our time and resources into these partnerships, particularly within our incubator programme. A key advantage to working with an academic institution or small start-up company is that we get the opportunity to work on a wide and diverse ...

Glossary - Pilkington

This is the specification of the reference building, based on a building of the same size and shape as the actual building constructed to a concurrent specification. Although not prescriptive, a developer constructing a building that follows the specification of the notional building would be expected to satisfy the requirements. Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) This is the UK Government ...

Glassary - G - Pilkington

Glassary - G G0: see bullet resistance. G1: see bullet resistance. G1/S: obsolete British Standard Specification for bullet resistance. G2: see bullet resistance. G3: obsolete British Standard Specification for bullet resistance. Galleria™: Pilkington Galleria™ is our brand name for a rolled glass, which is designed for picture framing. The rolled surface diffuses the reflections from the ...

Glassary - I - Pilkington

Glassary - I I.G.U.: Insulating Glass unit. Impact performance: the impact resistance of a safety glass when tested according to BS 6206. See also Technical Bulletin Glass and Safety. Impact resistance: the classification according to BS 6206. See also Technical Bulletin Glass and Safety.

Changes to Part L of the building regulations: what installers should ...

Recent changes to Part L of the building regulations in England come into effect from June, and will be a significant step towards achieving the Government’s Future Homes Standard, which aims to ensure that all new homes built from 2025 will produce 75-80% less carbon than those delivered under current regulations.

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