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Mirrors - Pilkington

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Windows Replacement Conservatory Roofs Replacement Glazing Mirrors Mirrors in the home meet several tasks. The first and most important, especially in small rooms, is the optical enlargement of the room. The second task is to illuminate the interior: the role is equally important in studios and large living rooms in single-family houses.

Chrome: designer glass mirrors for a multitude of applications

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Interior designers need look no further than NSG Group’s new range of mirrors, Pilkington Mirropane™ Chrome, that offers an endless variety of features - in both design opportunities and safety. These mirrors, can be toughened, bent and laminated, making them the perfect choice for enhancing furnishings and providing a wealth of interior ...

Top tips for installing glass mirrors - Pilkington

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Mirrors can create the illusion of added space and help to brighten rooms. There are several things to consider in order to maximise the benefits of mirrors as building features – the type of mirror, where it’s positioned, how it’s fixed and how to ensure safety are all important factors.

Pilkington Mirropane™

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Applications. Pilkington Mirropane™ is the ideal choice for supermarkets, computer rooms, banks or cash offices, where areas need to be kept under observation or hidden from public scrutiny. It is also appropriate for patient monitoring in hospitals or residential care establishments. Pilkington Mirropane™ is available in 6 mm annealed form. . Pilkington Mirropane™ is normally only used ...

Bathrooms - Pilkington

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Mirrors; Glass Radiators; Shopfront; Stairs; Bathrooms Glass, due to its water resistance and visual appearance, is a perfect material for use in bathrooms. From glass splashbacks on the walls, through glass shelves and shower enclosures, to glass fittings and accessories - glass in the bathroom appears everywhere and has been popular for years ...

Pilkington Optimirror™

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The Pilkington Optimirror™ Range is a collection of high specification mirrors that incorporate excellent protection of the reflective silver layer, without the need for the copper and lead used in the conventional process.

Pilkington Texture Glass

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Pilkington Texture Glass, a rolled patterned glass with one surface having a specific pattern or design impressed into the surface, offers a wide choice of attractive designs.

A complete guide to self-cleaning glass - Pilkington

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14 Sep 2020 Confused about self-cleaning glass? Get familiar with below guide to the benefits of self-cleaning glass and the science behind the product. Glass is the one of the go-to materials used to create modern commercial and residential developments.

Pilkington K Glass™ N

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Pilkington K Glass™ N. Pilkington K Glass™ N is the original hard coated, pyrolytic low-emissivity coated glass which became the most well-known and trusted brand by householders. Established for over 21 years and easily stocked, processed and installed, it has become the reliable solution for meeting Building Regulations concerning energy efficiency.

Guarding and protection: how to specify glass barriers - Pilkington

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Understanding regulations Physical barriers should be provided where it is necessary, for safety reasons, to guard the edges of any floor including windows, galleries, balconies, skylights and other openings to which people have access, such as basement areas and any sunken area next to a building.

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