Pilkington launch two new additions to Pyroclear range

  • 28 Oct 2015

Pilkington has launched two new butt-jointed glazing systems as part of its Pilkington Pyroclear range.

Produced using Pilkington’s Pyroclear advanced toughened glass, the new 30-minute and 60-minute integrity only systems have been developed to offer floor-to-ceiling fire resistance.

The systems use monolithic panes of standard soda-lime-silica glass, making them the first of their kind to be used without the need for vertical framing.Screen Shot 2015-10-28 at 4.51.32 pm

Developed to meet integrity requirements (BS EN 13501-2), the 30-minute system (BS EN 1364) has been tested to demonstrate that it can provide a fully unobstructed view, without the use of any button fixings between panes.

The 60-minute integrity system with button-fixings (BS 476) offers an increased period of reliable basic fire protection.

The Pilkington Pyroclear Line is used extensively by fabricators working in commercial office space, where fire-resistant frameless glass partitioning is becoming increasingly popular as a design feature. 

Offering end-users advanced levels of fire safety, Pilkington Pyroclear Line 30-603 and Pyroclear 60-603 can be used in full height screen applications at a current maximum individual pane width of 1.4m.

The products are supplied with all associated materials including sealant, glazing tape and fixings.


Pilkington United Kingdom Limited,
Greengate Works,
Sherdley Road,
St. Helens,
United Kingdom,
WA9 5 DZ

Phone: 01744 692000
Fax: 01744 692569

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