Industry-leading fire safety glass manufacturer and supplier, Pyroguard, has announced the release of its 2020 Technical Document, which features product information and certification for its fire safety glass solutions.
For nearly 30 years, Pyroguard has been manufacturing fire safety glass products that enable architects, specifiers and installers to achieve safe and beautiful living and working spaces. Now, the company has updated its comprehensive technical brochure, which features product overviews, application tables and datasheets for its wide range of fire safety solutions. The document is available in English, French, Dutch and Spanish by request from the company’s website
The new document provides technical assistance for the application of Pyroguard’s products. This includes all solutions from E30/EW30 to EI180, plus additional options with added impact, solar, thermal and acoustic performance. As Pyroguard provides the widest fire-rated glazing range of any manufacturer, it allows the company to be fully flexible in meeting customer needs with bespoke, high performance glazing solutions, unrestricted to specific configurations.
What’s more, the full datasheets for the company’s products include; the product reference code, its additional features and its technical features. Similarly, a cross-section diagram that indicates product composition and a table for the possible applications relating to the corresponding test report are included. The availability of this extensive technical and regulatory information enables customers to make more accurate specifications that meet stringent technical requirements.
Speaking on the new brochure, Richard Ainsworth, Group Technical Director at Pyroguard, commented: “The new Technical Document contains information about our aluminium, timber and steel solutions. It’s the perfect guide for architects, specifiers and installers looking to incorporate fire safety products into building designs. This front-facing technical support forms just one part of the comprehensive before and after sales service we offer to our customers. As a company, we’re always on hand to help with advice and to make sure our customers have the technical and regulatory standards they require.”
All of the Pyroguard solutions listed in the Technical Document are either CE or UL marked. This means they comply with the relevant requirements stated in local health, safety and environmental protection legislation. The performance of all Pyroguard products are tested and certified by independent bodies, including, Certifire, BM Trada, Efectis France, Efectis Nederland and TUV Rheinland. What’s more, Pyroguard operates its own furnace in France, which helps its dedicated research and development team to conduct in-house product development and maintain high standards of quality control.
Across its new Technical Document, Pyroguard provides products suitable for bespoke, high performance glazing solutions, unrestricted to specific configurations. For example, the toughened products have been installed by fabricators and contractors across hundreds of successful projects. On top of this proven track record, the company has manufacturing facilities across Europe meaning it can fulfil exports quickly and effectively. For architects, specifiers and installers looking to fit fire safety glass solutions the new document is a must-read.
For more information about Pyroguard and to request a copy of the Technical Document, please visit: www.pyroguard.eu