Designed for both commercial and residential applications, SSG Timeless specially developed micro-coating causes water to slip off its surface. This protects against the build-up of limescale and corrosion, in addition to significantly cutting cleaning time.
SGG Timeless is produced by magnetron-coating metal oxides to one surface of the glass, using a process developed by Saint-Gobain Glass. It is covered by a ten-year warranty for its anti-corrosion qualities.
The products complies with EN14428 for shower enclosures and EN 1096 (Class A) for the use of coated glass in buildings. It has a light reflectance of 10% and transmittance of 88-89% depending on thickness.
Jenni Bailey, Saint-Gobain Glass Interiors Market Manager said: Shower and bath screens have to take a lot of punishment but they still have to look good, whether in the home, in a hotel or anywhere else.
With SGG Timeless, they can look better for longer and be easier to clean – yet another example of advanced products from Saint-Gobain leading the way in the world of glass.
Saint-Gobain Glass UK
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