Laminated Safety Glass
If you’re after glass products that are both stronger and safer than normal glass, consider using laminated safety glass as an alternative. Laminated safety glass is created by bonding two pieces of glass with a sheet of plastic in between. This bonding process means that should the glass break, it is likely that the plastic will hold the shards in place. Most UK shopfronts are made from laminated safety glass and the inability to see the sheet of plastic between the two panes makes it the perfect choice for this.
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Toughened Safety Glass
Toughened safety glass is another popular product for customers looking to buy safety glass. This method of creating your safety glass involves unequally heating the glass during manufacture. It is this process that delivers the strength to the safety glass. If you choose the toughened safety glass option, then consult with us for your bespoke design.
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Toughened glass is both strong and versatile
Fire Rated Safety Glass
If you’re looking for a safety glass for either your interiors or exteriors, then we can provide you with the ultimate protection that meets building codes. Our fire rated safety glass helps to prevent the spread of flame, as well as the passage of heat. Because of this, our fire rated safety glass is most commonly used for windows and doors in commercial and residential buildings. Many building regulations require the installation of fire rated glass as in the event of an emergency it helps the occupants of a building to escape safely and helps to prevent the fire spreading from one building to another.
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Bullet Resistant Safety Glass
While toughened safety glass has a large number of uses, there are some environments that need an extra level of security. For locations such as banks, you might want to opt for bullet resistant safety glass instead. Bullet resistant glass absorbs the impact of a bullet, and with a polycarbonate backing, this helps to minimise the damage that can be done by the glass itself once the bullet has been absorbed by it. As polycarbonate scratches easily, it’s important that you take care of your glass to keep it in good condition.
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