windows are supplied glazed externally or internally with two sheets of 4mm
Glass in a double glazed unit with the inside of one pane coated with
Planitherm to comply with Part L of the Building Regulations. Toughened glass
and laminated glass options are available.
rectangular and diamond leaded lights are available. Contact us for more information.
|Square leaded glazing
||Diamond leaded glazing
A wide variety of obscure patterns are available. For our full range please contact us
Obscure glass images reproduced with permission from Pilkington ©
windows are situated in high risk areas we supply safety glass as standard to
comply with Building Regulations Approved Document NI (1991) See Figure 1 for
Fig 1: Recommended Use of Safety Glazing
shaded areas represent critical locations where safety glass should be used
- Red Shaded Area: Doors and adjacent
glazed side panels - from floor level to a height of 1500mm and within 300mm of
either door side edges
- Brown Shaded Areas : Windows - from floor level to a height of 800mm
- Bathing areas: potential danger
exists from slipping on wet areas so all glazing within 800mm of the bottom of
a bath or shower should be safety glass.
advice is only a brief summary and as such is not fully comprehensive. It is
essential that customers seek full and complete Safety Glazing advice from
either FENSA or the GGF (Glass and Glazing Federation).