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Glass for Special Applications - pilkington.com

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Glass with unique characteristics used in both building and non-building applications.

Applications - Pilkington

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Applications Interior Glazing Pilkington Optiwhite™ is the ideal solution for glass doors, glass partitions, glass stairs, balustrades, and more. Interior glazing is increasingly popular in commercial and residential buildings in order to allow natural light to flow throughout the building or as a design feature.

NSG TEC™ Technical Applications - Pilkington

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Overview. A range of low-emissivity glasses with a pyrolytic on-line electric conductive coating of special qualities. NSG TEC™ offers a wide variety of thermal and heated glass performance properties, whilst increasing light transmittance and optimising electrical conductivity. The products are specifically tuned to meet the requirements of a wide range of applications.

Pilkington Optiwhite™

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In applications such as display cabinets, the high light transmission of Pilkington Optiwhite™ allows for a true representation of the potentially high-value products inside. Its inherent ability to make colours appear brighter also means that Pilkington Optiwhite™ provides an exceptional base glass for tiles, splash-backs and furniture doors, and gives more accurate colour definition when ...

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

Buildings other than dwellings - Pilkington

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All Makes and Models - Pilkington

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Health Applications. Pilkington SaniTise™ Applications; Special Applications. NSG TEC ™ Technical Applications; Pilkington AviSafe™ Pilkington Anti-condensation Glass. Performance Data; Pilkington Microwhite ™ Pilkington MirroView ™ Suppliers; Pilkington Mirropane ™ Applications; Pilkington Mirropane ™ Chrome. Bathroom ...

Pilkington Spec-it!

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For specifications on the move, Spec-it! can also be found in the Spectrum app for iOS and Android devices. Easy search for other criteria As well as key parameters such as light transmittance, U value and g value, Spec-it! also allows you to search on acoustics, safety, security and glass thickness.

Piecing it together: understanding thermal breakages - Pilkington

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If a heat treated version is unavailable or impractical for a specific application, then it may be possible to specify an alternative product or change the design. Assessment methods vary across Europe, but technical committee CEN/TC129/WG8 (Glass in Building – Mechanical Strength) is developing a European standard which could see publication as early as next year.

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

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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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