Article - 10 May 2004
The federal building destroyed in the Oklahoma bombing, and other government and federal buildings in the USA, are been fitted with blast-resistant glazing. Product.
News - 21 May 2009
Solutia Inc. (NYSE: SOA) today announced the launch of www.saflex.com , a redesigned web site for its Saflex business unit designed to improve communication with the automotive and architectural...
News - 8 Jul 2008
Adding to the joy that music and theater bring to cultural patrons —as well as to the cities in which they are located—is a new generation of striking architecture made possible by...
News - 26 Feb 2008
Adchem Corporation, a leading manufacturer of high performance film and foam bonding adhesive tapes, introduces the new AAMA approved HF series of hybrid glazing tape for the window and door market....
News - 17 Oct 2007
Across the country, customers are signing up to supply the new energy efficient glazing, Pilkington energiKare. Since its launch in May, more than 100 companies have registered their interest in...
Article - 3 Dec 2003
Performance requirements and associated test methods for the sealing arrangements and fabrication of factory made hermetically sealed flat double glazing units. Does not specify the detail design of...
News - 23 Aug 2007
The flexibility and style of the Pilkington Planar structural glazing system, and the practicality of Pilkington Activ self cleaning glass, have been combined for the first time in the refurbishment...
News - 18 Jul 2007
Everyone setting foot in the new extension of the historic John Rylands Library in Manchester will be enjoying the surroundings with added clarity, thanks to glazing from Pilkington.
News - 5 Jul 2007
One of the most important issues currently under debate is the environment and it is the one issue that affects us all, no matter what industry we operate in. The recently published Stern Review has...
Article - 17 Oct 2003
This Chapter gives guidance on meeting the Technical Requirements and recommendations for doors, windows and glazing. Standard.