World’s leading glass engineers to produce designs to the very highest standards, and also has an in-house surveying team.
Over a period of many years, the company has developed a unique reputation for manufacturing to the very highest standards. The metalwork enhances the very latest glass technology and production takes place within the group, so retaining full control of manufacturing standards is a must.
Within the glass industry there will be a select few specialists who can provide you with high quality, fabricated glass including and extensive range of custom made
The Changes in Glass:
Product performance, sound reduction, light comfort, coloured glazing options, safety, fixings and fitting, tolerances, conformity and of course appearance potential are amongst the issues that can be addressed before the design brief is taken to the next stage.
Glass can also be used for bespoke designs, read our page here.
Below are the most useful forms of structural glazing:
ThermoSpan structural glazing offers architects and specifies opportunities for creating original designs in glass in any plane from vertical through to horizontal.
The mechanical fixings create clean and uninterrupted glass structures without any external framing.
ThermoSpan Double Skin allows the complete structure to be designed with insulating glass units to meet the latest legislative requirements.
ThermoSpan structures are normally constructed from FortPlus and Fort heat soaked toughened glass. They can be used in conjunction with the Tempo and ColourLine door range to provide a complete glass entrance.
ThermoCool insulating glass units are high performance, hermetically silicone sealed multiple glazing units, which can fulfil the many requirements placed upon modern glazing.
ThermoCool incorporates many properties, such as a dual seal and an aluminium, steel, or warm edge spacer, in a variety of colours and widths and with the option of gas filling.
The seal system can withstand a wide temperature range and is resistant to UV light. The units can therefore be used with confidence for spandrel panels, structural sealant glazing and roof glazing in addition to conventional glazing.