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Balustrades - Pilkington - First in Glass

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Balustrades. Glass barriers are used in buildings for a number of purposes and allow the maximum flow of light and view both inside and outside the structure. The four main areas that glass is used are: in guiding walkways to control the direction of pedestrian traffic.

Guarding and protection how to specify glass barriers

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The use of glass barriers is a common feature of modern architecture. They are used in the stairways and atria of many commercial and residential properties to provide a striking and aesthetically pleasing alternative to traditional building materials such as brick or wood.

Specifying for protection: Safety and Security Glass

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The role of safety glass is to protect the resident from the resulting fragments of glass and applies to glazing that reduces the risk of an accident by impact or fracture. The two most common types of safety glass are toughened glass and laminated glass.

Façade - Pilkington - First in Glass

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More and more often these cool arrangements are complemented by natural accents such as wood and stone, in the form of formwork or gabion walls. The frameless facades will give the facility ultra-modern, transparent character. They are resistant to wind loads and air and water penetration.

Balconies/Balustrades - Pilkington - First in Glass

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Glass barriers are used in buildings for a number of purposes and allow the maximum flow of light and view both inside and outside the structure. The four main areas that glass is used are: in guiding walkways to control the direction of pedestrian traffic.

Self-cleaning glass: what do you need to know? - Pilkington

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Understanding the science behind self-cleaning glass, and how its best used and installed, will help to spur its uptake. Pilkington Activ™ the first commercially available self-cleaning glass has proven popular for everything from conservatory roofs to commercial facades.

The sky’s the limit: structural glazing and building design

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These systems offer architects previously unimaginable flexibility to create buildings that appear to have been constructed using almost nothing but glass, and can offer a visually-striking alternative to traditional brick, timber or steel-reinforced concrete. How it works.

Doors - Pilkington

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Doors. The use of glass in both external and internal doors can provide added light to your home without sacrificing safety, security or privacy. They also offer the possibility of a wide range of decorative effects. External doors such as patio doors and French doors can also benefit from self-cleaning glass.

Glass Structure - Pilkington

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There are numerous structural glass systems offered by various suppliers that open up vast possibilities for architects, allowing them to create a complete glass envelope for buildings with frameless façades on any plane.

Replacement Conservatory Roofs - Pilkington

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Transform your conservatory and enhance your home. Replacing your old conservatory roof with a new Pilkington Activ™ Self-cleaning glass roof can have a tremendous effect on the way your conservatory looks, feels and sounds.

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