Safety Glass News

  • EUROLAMEX Laminated safety glass - Updated product brochure

    Key facts and technical data at a glance, you´ll find it in our updated safety glass brochure. This is available in German and English as a printed document or as a pdf file. Properties: In practice a distinction is made between passive and active safety.  passive safety: injury -reducing, shard - retaining, fall - preventing  active safety: glass provide ...

    By Euroglas GmbH

  • Protective glass against many dangers: fire, ballistic and manual attack as well as UV rays

    The product portfolio of the international technology group SCHOTT includes various safety glasses for comprehensive protection of museums, exhibition halls and all types of art work. The company has played a pioneering role in the development of glass laminates that withstand burglary attempts and shelling, yet offer fire resistance for higher building safety. Furthermore, SCHOTT offers picture ...

    By Schott AG

  • ASTM C1036 - 11e1 Standard Specification for Flat Glass

    This specification covers the quality requirements of flat, transparent, clear, and tinted glass. This glass is intended to be used primarily for architectural glazing products including: coated glass, insulating glass units, laminated glass, mirrors, spandrel glass, or similar uses. The monolithic flat glass shall be supplied as cut sizes or stock sheets. Two types of glasses shall be ...

    By ASTM International

  • ASTM E2461 - 05(2011) Standard Practice for Determining the Thickness of Glass in Airport Traffic Control Tower Cabs

    1. Scope 1.1 This practice covers the determination of the thickness of glass installed in airport traffic control towers (ATCT) to resist a specified design loading with a selected probability of breakage less than or equal to either 1 lite per 1000 or 4 lites per 1000 at the first occurrence of the design wind loading. 1.2 The procedures apply to common ...

    By ASTM International

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