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Safety Security - Pilkington

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Safety / Security Glass Reducing the risk of accident or protecting against deliberate attack. For total reassurance of greater safety and security without compromising levels of natural daylight, we offer a range of glass products. From security to fire resistance, glass can be used to protect a building’s occupants from accidental and ...

Safety & Security - Pilkington

https://www.pilkington.com/en/global/residential-applications/glass-applications/internal-partition/safety-security

Safety & Security Protection from accidents. Correctly specified and installed, glass is ideal for use inside the home in a wide range of areas including doors, partitions, balconies, and balustrades. Ensure that you have taken advice on the type of glass to use in each application.

Safety Security - Pilkington

https://www.pilkington.com/en/global/residential-applications/glass-applications/rooflights/safety-security

Safety & Security Protection from accidents. When defining the type of glass to be used in your rooflight it is important to define whether the glazing is classed as regular or overhead. This can determine the specification of the glass. Ask your window supplier for advice.

Specifying for protection: Safety and Security Glass

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Safety glass applies to glazing that reduces the risk of an accident by impact or fracture, while security glass is designed to withstand various deliberate attacks, such as manual, ballistic or blast.

Safety & Security - Pilkington

https://www.pilkington.com/en/global/residential-applications/glass-applications/conservatory/safety-security

Safety & Security Protection from accidents. The large areas of glass in Conservatories are what makes them so attractive, the clear view of your garden and the sunny aspect is ideal. However it is very important to check that appropriate glazing has been installed overhead and in floor to ceiling locations.

Frequently Asked Questions - Safety

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Safety / Security. Pilkington Optilam ... Refer to the Building Regulations (Document N) for the classification of toughened glass, laminated glass or safety wired glass required. 9. Low level glazing - What sort of glass should I use in low level glazing locations and around doors?

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.

Pilkington OptiView™ Protect

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Safety & Security. Vandal resistant. Pilkington OptiView™ Protect is a laminated safety glass that performs under impact. Ordinary glass shatters into large pieces when impacted. Laminated lites of Pilkington OptiView ...

NSG Group introduces Pilkington SaniTise™ to help make a ...

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NSG Group recognizes the world has changed and that health and safety are at the forefront of everyone’s mind. In response to these challenges, NSG Group is excited to announce the launch of Pilkington SaniTise™.

The Float Process - Step-by-step - Pilkington

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The Step-by-step Manufacturing of Float Glass Watch the magic of this science-based process begins to unfold, in a series of stages on a float line that may be nearly half a kilometre long.