Roof Glazing - Pilkington

Roof Glazing Creating a light well by using glass in the roof is a popular way of introducing light to central areas of a building. In addition to the normal considerations of thermal and solar control, sloping glazing is overhead glazing and we need to choose glass that is safe.

Type of Glazing - Pilkington

Type of Glazing There is a wide range of tested systems approved by the national building authorities for corresponding use to solve the three functional challenges faced when having to create fire compartments, safeguarding escape routes and preventing flash-over in the facade and roof. The systems covering all frame materials consist of:

Pilkington Planar™

Pilkington Planar™ structural glazing system. Pilkington Planar™ structural glass systems have a proven track record in the most demanding applications. Architects can have absolute confidence in our ability to create soaring facades, roofs, canopies or even clad an entire building knowing that the client will receive the most highly engineered system in the market backed by the most respected glass manufacturer in the world.

Glass Systems - Pilkington

Our glass systems are developed for use in glass façades, walls or roofs, and also for internal glazing applications. Glass systems offer many interesting and varied architectural solutions Pilkington Planar™ and Pilkington Profilit™ allow designers and specifiers to transform courtyards into cosy interiors, enclose private and public outdoor areas under glass roofs and build stunning glass façades.

Rooflights - Pilkington

Replacement Glazing Roof conversions are proving increasingly popular with home owners given the benefits they offer in terms of both space and property value. One of the latest home design trends is using glass to allow as much natural lighting into your home as possible, and rooflights, which let in unobstructed light from the highest part of the sky are an effective solution for lighting your loft space.

Planar™ l SentryGlas® System - Pilkington

Ideal for large expanses of roof glazing, the Planar™ l SentryGlas ® System provides unrivalled strength in a thinner substrate than has previously been possible. This means that structures are lighter and require less fittings, hence reducing cost and enabling much longer panels to be used.

Pilkington Screen Printed Glass

Pilkington Screen Printed Glass combines aesthetic and functional requirements for use in in partitions, roof glazing and external walls. It can provide dramatic decorative effects or simpler designs for privacy or solar control.

How it works - Pilkington

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. How it works

Technical Detail PDFs - Pilkington

Structural Glazing; Technical Detail PDFs A selection of our Typical Details have been made available for download. These show the specifics of the connections between glass, fittings and support structure. Should you have more specific requirements for your application please contact us.