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Windows - Pilkington

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Windows. Glass can enhance your windows in more ways than you might imagine. Windows provide a source of natural lighting for our homes. Window glass can be designed to achieve improved window performance, as well as aesthetic enhancement to any style of home. The choice of products has never been so great. Replacing or installing new windows provides the opportunity to enhance your home in terms of appearance, energy saving and comfort.

Windows - Technical questions - Pilkington

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Cleaning of Glass. Glass should normally be cleaned with a clean cloth and a clear non-abrasive cleaner, such as clean soapy water or a proprietary window cleaner. For glass with a patterned, etched or sandblasted surface, a stiff bristle or nylon brush can be used to remove dirt from the recesses in the surface.

SmartWindows indeed

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25 Oct 2021. SmartWindow – a cutting edge glazing technology that will revolutionise the way the future combines sustainability, ergonomics and workplace productivity. An office that comes complete with windows that improve your health and keep you comfortable, while at the same time saving up to 30 per cent on your energy bills.

What is Energy-efficient Glazing? - Pilkington

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Unlike the original single glazing or old double glazing, energy-efficent glazing incorporates low-emissivity coated glass to prevent heat escaping through the windows. This makes the windows highly thermally insulating hence improving the energy efficiency of your home and helping to save money on your heating bills. Low-emissivity glass (or low-e glass as it is commonly referred to) is a type of energy-efficient glass designed to prevent heat escaping through your windows to the cold outdoors.

Replacement Glazing - Pilkington

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Replace your glass, Reduce your heat loss. Reduce the amount of heat lost through windows in your home by up to 75% - by installing Pilkington Insulight™ Therm units containing energy-efficient glass. Providing your existing frames are still in good condition, you only need to replace the glazing to see a huge improvement on the energy efficiency of your home.

Low-emissivity Glass

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Low-emissivity glass (or low-e glass as it is commonly referred to) is a type of energy-efficient glass designed to prevent heat escaping through your windows to the cold outdoors. Low-e glass such as Pilkington K Glass™ or Pilkington Optitherm™ has an invisible coating which dramatically reduces heat transfer and reflects interior heat back into your room.

Self-Cleaning - Pilkington

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Self-cleaning Glass NSG Group made a significant step in the glass industry with the development of Pilkington Activ™, the first dual-action self-cleaning glass.The unique dual-action of the Pilkington Activ™ coating uses the forces of nature to help keep the glass free from dirt, giving not only the practical benefit of less cleaning, but also clearer, better-looking windows.

Double Glazing Units - g-value guide

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Colours for identification purposes only. Figures based on IGU incorporating 4 mm Pilkington Optifloat™ Clear as inner pane unless otherwise stated. * g-value depends on which thermal insulation glass is selected as inner pane.

Doors - Pilkington

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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.