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Glass Systems - Pilkington

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Glass systems offer many interesting and varied architectural solutions. Pilkington Profilit™ allows designers and specifiers to transform courtyards into cosy interiors, enclose private and public outdoor areas under glass roofs and build stunning glass façades. We have a network of specialists and accredited installers who can provide all the support that architects and designers require during their planning and design process.

Glazing Systems

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Glazing Systems. The task of the glazing supplier does not end when the glass is shaped. NSG Group also provides the vehicle assembler with a variety of glazing systems, each designed to simplify the glazing installation process. As well as the efficiencies provided at the vehicle assembly plant, modular product solutions are also viewed by the carmakers as a practical way of enhancing both a vehicle's styling and aerodynamics.

Glass Technology

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NSG Group is a technology leader in glass. The Float Process, invented by Sir Alastair Pilkington in 1959, is used throughout the world to produce high quality glass for buildings and vehicles. Over the past fifty years the Group can claim to have been responsible for almost every major advance in glass technology.

Glass Structure - Pilkington

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Glass Structure. 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. Support structures, located internally or externally, can use glass mullions, a conventional steel construction or tension structure designs, to be as subtle or dominant as appropriate.

Automotive Glazing Systems

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Architectural Glass Products Downstream Processing; Architectural Glass Products Secondary Processing; Automotive Pre-processing; Automotive Glass Shaping and Strengthening; Automotive Glazing Systems; Glass in Buildings. Introduction; Solar Control; Energy Saving; Modelling; Fire Stoppers; Engineering in Glass; Glass that cleans itself! Glass in Vehicles. Design; Antennas

Types Of Glass - Pilkington

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Pilkington Toughened Glass; Pilkington Insulight™ Protect; Self-Cleaning. Pilkington Activ™ Range. Pilkington Activ™ Clear; Pilkington Activ™ Blue; Pilkington Activ SunShade™ Pilkington Activ Suncool™ Technical Update; Pilkington Insulight Activ™ Decoration. Pilkington Enamelled Glass; Pilkington Design Glass; Pilkington DesignPrint; Pilkington Optifloat™ Opal

Glass Floors

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Glass Floors. A glass floor allows light to pass reducing the need for artificial lighting and providing a natural source of daylight. The introduction of light through the core of a building can transform what might otherwise be a dull claustrophobic interior. With the changing arc of the sun the effects of the light can add a welcome dimension to the interior.

Type of Glazing - Pilkington

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The systems covering all frame materials consist of: door systems, partition systems, facade systems, and. roof systems for fire protection. A long history of close co-operations with leading national and international system suppliers have resulted today in an unrivalled range of choice of systems in steel, aluminium, steel-and-aluminium, wood and concrete together with frameless or flush installations of the fire-resistant glazing in special fire-resistant wall systems.

Glass Floors - Pilkington

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Glass Floors. A glass floor allows light to pass reducing the need for artificial lighting and providing a natural source of daylight. The introduction of light through the core of a building can transform what might otherwise be a dull claustrophobic interior. With the changing arc of the sun the effects of the light can add a welcome dimension to the interior.

Canopy - Pilkington

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Clear glass is a popular choice but other glass options are not excluded. Entrance canopies are overhead glazing by definition and the selection of an impact resistant durable product is essential. The common forms are framed single glass using either Pilkington Optilam™ or Pilkington Optifloat™ THS (toughened heat soaked glass). Another fixing method is frameless bolted toughened glass either supported from below or above with relatively lightweight struts or wires.

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