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Replacement Glazing - Pilkington

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Other types of Glass for Replacement Glazing. Noise Control Reduces the noise inside a building to acceptable levels without sacrificing daylight. Period Homes: Pilkington Spacia™ By creating the world's first commercial vacuum glazing, we can offer extremely thin replacement glass units letting you keep the original appearance of period buildings while greatly reducing heat loss ...

Product Finder - Pilkington

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A double glazed unit utilising an additional coated pane of glass on the inside to achieve Ug-value as low as 0.9 equivalent to triple glazing. Pilkington energiKare™ Range. Our own range of energy-efficient double glazed units for use in domestic applications. Made by us and also franchised countrywide. Pilkington energiKare™ Triple

Structural Glazing - Pilkington

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Overview Pilkington Planar™ systems remain the world’s market leader for structural glazing systems.With its unrivalled stability and safety, this innovative product allows architects to build entire structures out of glass, allowing architects design flexibility to create bright and highly attractive working environments, with more light and a greater feeling of space.

Pilkington K Glass™ Range

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The UK’s leading energy-efficient glass brand. Range Overview. Pilkington K Glass™ is the UK’s leading thermal glass brand. Established for over 21 years and easily stocked, processed and installed, it has become the trusted solution for meeting Building Regulations concerning energy efficiency.

Conservatory - Pilkington

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Conservatory Roof Replacement; Replacement Glazing; Conservatories Adding a conservatory or a glass box extension is now an extremely popular means to increase the available space in your home, as well as adding value to your property. A glass extension can be beneficial for a wide range of reasons: Due to the development in both thermally insulating glass and solar-control glass, you will be ...

Doors - Pilkington

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Roof Glazing; Shopfront; Stairs; Windows; Glass Furniture; Glass Doors The entrance to a building is an opportunity to create a dramatic entrance and make a statement about the building or the client. With glass the entrance can be open and inviting but at the same time different combinations of glass can be used to provide for example: impact resistance, fire protection, sound insulation ...

Fire Protection - Pilkington

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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. Pilkington Specifire is the easy way to select the correct Pilkington glass for your fire-resistant ...

Glass and Thermal Stress - Pilkington

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Glass and Thermal Stress Thermal Stress is created when one area of a glass pane gets hotter than an adjacent area. If the stress is too great then the glass will crack.

Glass Strength - Pilkington

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Glass Strength Glass is not like other products used in buildings. It is clear, fairly rigid providing a lot of strength but can be brittle as well.

The fading issue: why sunlight exposure damages ...

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The growing accessibility of advanced glazing with thermal insulation and solar control properties has opened up new ways for architects to fill rooms with natural light. But, as building designers create more bright and airy spaces for us to live and work in, we need to consider the cases where sunlight exposure needs to be minimised to prevent irreversible damage being caused to objects ...