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Glazing systems from Wrightstyle for University of Reading library

  • 1 Nov 2018

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Wrightstyle’s advanced glazing systems have recently been manufactured and supplied for the University of Reading library.

The library not only contains thousands of paper books but also over 65,000 e-journals and 200,000 e-books, for the University’s student cohort of over 17,000.

Wrightstyle’s WSL60 F1 series unlatched doors were fitted, into both partitioning and fixed walls in the library area.

It showcases the continued success of Wrightstyle’s unlatched door system, with the company being the first to design and test this breakthrough system, available in single or double leaf format, fully glazed.

The new 80F1 series of thermally broken fire doors are also fully compatible with Wrightstyle’s SR60 curtain walling system. 

Jane Embury, Wrightstyle’s marketing director, commented: “Our door ranges offer a comprehensive solution for both integrity only or integrity and insulation, and we’re pleased that the portable magic of the University of Reading’s library will remain safe.”

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United Kingdom,
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