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					   Glass
     for
Fire-Resistance
              Contents
   Float glass manufacture
   Effects of heat on glass
   When to specify fire-resistant glass
    – Standards / Regulations
   Classification for fire-resistant glass
   Fire Test evidence
   Integrity fire-resistant glass
   Insulation fire-resistant glass
   Typical examples of applications
   Summary
                                              2
               Float Glass Production
  Sand, soda ash,       Poured into a bath of   Glass settles and is
limestone, salt-cake,   molten tin at 1100°C    pulled out at 600°C
dolomite are melted                                and annealed
    at 1600°C           Controlled atmosphere




                                                               Washed,
                                                                cut &
                            Molten tin                          stored

  Furnace                  Float bath            Lehr



                                                                       3
           Glass Characteristics
   Glass is fundamentally a very strong material
   It can be severely weakened by fine cracks
    and abrasions
   It behaves like a brittle substance
   It is usually found in the following forms
    –   Annealed (patterned)
    –   PVB laminated
    –   Thermally toughened
    –   Wired

                                                    4
                    The Effects of Heat on Glass
 Standard Temperature/Time Curve
Temperature (°C)         BS 476: Pt22: 1987
1,000

            Standard time /
 800        temperature
            curve
 600


                              Fire-resistant glass is exposed to
 400
                              standard temperatures in a defined
                              time frame in a Standard Fire Test
 200



   0
        0          10         20        30          40    50       60
                                   Time (minutes)

                                                                        5
                    The Effects of Heat on Glass
                        Annealed Glass
Temperature (°C)
1,000

            Standard time /
 800        temperature
            curve
 600
                                   40 - 100°C
 400
                                   Uneven heating will cause
                                   glass to crack and fall from
 200                               the frame
   0
        0          10         20         30          40   50      60
                                    Time (minutes)

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                    The Effects of Heat on Glass
                        PVB Laminated
Temperature (°C)
1,000

            Standard time /
 800        temperature
            curve
 600                    Interlayer will hold glass together
                        until temperature rises above
 400                    approximately 250°C where vinyl
                        begins to melt and pieces of glass
 200
                        will fall from the frame
   0
        0          10         20        30          40   50   60
                                   Time (minutes)

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                    The Effects of Heat on Glass
            Thermally-Toughened Glass
Temperature (°C)
1,000

             Standard time /
 800         temperature
             curve
                            Stable      up to 300-350°C
 600
                                    – Vulnerable to temperature differentials
                            Above 400°C ‘de-toughens’
 400
                            Above 600°C glass softens and will

 200
                             ‘slump’ from the frame
                            Frame design is critical - edge cover

   0
        0          10          20           30          40         50           60
                                       Time (minutes)

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                        The Effects of Heat on Glass
Temperature (°C)
                                  Wired Glass
1,000
                                                              Wired glass has met the
            Standard time /                                    need for fire-resistant
 800
            temperature                                        screens for more than
            curve
                          Glazing which remains                100 years
                        transparent in case of fire
 600                     – E30 & E60                          More recently, the glass
                                                               industry has developed
                                                               sophisticated, clear view
 400
                                                               solutions
                    It is designed to crack like
                    annealed glass with its                   A wide range of
 200                wires holding the assembly                 fire-resistant glass
                    together in the frame                      is available today
   0
        0      10     20     30      40     50        60
                       Time (minutes)
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        Fire-Resistant Glass
Fire-resistant glass will only perform when it
is part of a suitable fire protection system
(i.e. in a tested fire screen)

            Glass
            Frame & glazing materials
            Qualified glazier
             (FIRAS Scheme)

 Each element in the fire tested system is
         as critical as the next
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When to specify Fire-Resistant Glazing
 In the event of fire...
    The building should remain structurally intact
    Fire spread over the internal linings of the building is inhibited
    The external walls and roofs should resist the spread of
     fire over their surfaces and fire spread from one building
     to another is restricted
    There should be sufficient degree of fire separation within the
     building and between adjoining means of escape
    There should be adequate means of escape
    There should be easy access for fire fighters and rescue teams

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When to specify Fire-Resistant Glazing
   Building Regulations provide guidance on
    the safe access and egress of buildings
     The Building Control Act 1990
     The Building Control Regulations (SI 496 of 1997)
     Technical Guidance Document B: Fire Safety
     Construction Products Directive (89/106/EEC) &
      SI 198 of 1992
     Approved Document E (Northern Ireland) 1994
     Approved Document B (England & Wales)

                                                          12
When to specify Fire-Resistant Glazing
      Building Regulations provide guidance on
       the safe access and egress of buildings
     British Standards Code of Practice for Fire Precautions
      in the Design of Buildings, specifically BS 5588, give
      alternative guidance on aspects of fire safety design

     Some buildings are more complex in design
      or incorporate features not covered by Approved
      Document, Part B, e.g. Atria

     Smoke screens are covered by BS 7346: 1990 Part 3
      Specification for Smoke Curtains

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    Fire Tests on Building Materials
              & Structures
               BS 476: Part 22: 1987
   Non load-bearing glazed elements have to be
    tested to BS 476: Part 22: 1987: Clause 10
   Two classifications
    – ‘Integrity’
    – ‘Insulation’
   Fire performance is rated in 30 minute steps
    (i.e. 30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes)
   Fire-resistant glass is specified by two numbers,
    the first referring to the integrity rating, the
    second to the insulation rating
                                                        14
    Fire Tests on Building Materials
              & Structures
   IS EN 13501-2 Classification document
    – ‘Integrity’
    – ‘Radiation’
    – ‘Insulation’
   Fire performance is rated in given steps
    (i.e. 20, 30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes)
   Fire-resistant glass is specified by three
    numbers, the first referring to the integrity
    rating, the second to the insulation rating
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      EN Standards for Fire Tests
European Standards will replace national standards:
IS EN 1363 Part 1       - General requirements for fire-resistance tests
IS EN 1364 Part 1       - Walls including glazing non-load bearing
IS EN 1365 Part 2       - Floors and roofs
IS EN 1634 Part 1       - Fire Doors
IS EN 13501 - 2         - Classification Document*
       E                - Integrity
       EI               - Integrity and Insulation
Product standards relating to glass have yet to be published before
fire-resistant glass can be CE marked. There will be a transitional
period from National Standards

*Also : EW – Radiation Classification
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              Definition of ‘Integrity’
             According to BS 476: Part 20: 1987
    2.9 Integrity
“   The ability of a specimen of a separating element to contain a
    fire to specified criteria for collapse, freedom from holes, cracks
    and fissures and sustained flaming on the unexposed face.
                                                                ”




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Definition of ‘Integrity’ & ‘Insulation’
             According to BS 476: Part 20: 1987
    2.9 Integrity
“   The ability of a specimen of a separating element to contain a
    fire to specified criteria for collapse, freedom from holes, cracks
    and fissures and sustained flaming on the unexposed face.
                                                                ”
                                and...
    2.8 Insulation
“   The ability of a specimen of a separating element to restrict the
    temperature rise of the unexposed face to below specified levels.
                                                                      ”
       It is very important to distinguish between
    ‘Integrity’ and ‘Insulation’ in the application
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          Fire Test Evidence
Make sure that…
   The fire-resistant glass was tested to
    the relevant standard
   The fire-resistant glass was tested or
    assessed as part of the framing system
   The fire testing was carried out by
    independent establishments



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      Fire Test Evidence
Manufacturers should be committed to
extensively testing their products and
over the years have carried out
considerable testing with all products
of their fire-resistant glass range

   Make sure to always ask
     for test evidence!

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Fire Test Evidence

                  Fire Test
                 Summaries


                        FIRE
                     RESISTANT
                      GLASSES

               Pilkington Pyrostop™



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   Fire Test Evidence
Fire Test Summaries




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   Fire Test Evidence
Fire Test Summaries




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Integrity Fire-Resistant Glass


       ‘Integrity’
              or
       ‘Non-Insulating’



                                 24
         Integrity Fire-Resistant Glass
Wired Glass & Wired Safety Glass
   A monolithic wired glass providing
   integrity fire-resistance and a level of
   impact safety to Class C
      Clear (polished) - for visual clarity
      Texture - for obscuration/privacy



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Integrity Fire-Resistant Glass
     Wired Glass
           Benefits
 The most extensively tested
  range of fire-resistant glass in
  the world
 Tested in softwood, hardwood
  and steel framing
 Cost effective and readily
  available integrity fire solution



                                      Apex Plaza, Reading
                                                            26
Integrity Fire-Resistant Glass
         Wired Glass
                Benefits
   Large tested sizes
     – 1760 x 3000mm (30 minutes integrity)
     – 1400 x 3000mm (60 minutes integrity)
   Wires act as a visual deterrent & easily
    identify it as a fire-resistant glass
   Expected to perform for many years
    & as long as the frame, with negligible
    maintenance costs




                                               27
Integrity Fire-Resistant Glass
Wired Safety Glass
     Additional Benefits
   Offers impact safety
   Provides 120 minutes
    integrity
   Fire tested in double glazed
    units for fire-resistance
   Fire tested in a horizontally
    glazed steel system

                                    Veterinary College,
                                        Cambridge
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                                      Glazing Details
                                         30 mins Integrity
                                                                                  Multi-layer Intumescent
          Wired Glass                            Wired Safety Glass                  Laminate Glass
                                       Frame with                              Frame with
  Door                                      Stops                                   Stops
                                                       Door
  Bead
                                                       Bead                   Intumescent
Fixings                                                                           Seal          Door
                                                     Fixings
   Glazing                                                                                     Bead
                                                    Glazing
   Material                                         Material                                Fixings
                                                     Setting                                Glazing
                                                      Block                                 Material   Glass
      Glass                                                                                  Setting
                                                                                              Block



Setting
 Block                                                         Glass


 For full details of the tested assembly refer to the relevant Test Summary                                    29
                                                    Ceramic Fibre
                                                    Insulation
     Glazing Details                               63 x 2 mm Sealmaster Ltd
                                                   GL60 Intumescent Liner
        60 mins Integrity
                                                   4 mm Sealmaster Ltd
             Wired Safety Glass                    Fireglaze Compound




For full details of the                            75 mm No.8
                                                   Steel Wood Screws
tested assembly refer to
                                                   at 180 mm horizontal &
the relevant Test Summary                          198 mm vertical centres
                                           Glass

                                                   36 x 28 mm
                                    93 x 44 mm     Dark Hardwood
                         Dark Hardwood Frame       Glazing Beads
                     (nominal density 650 kg/m³)   chamfered at 25°
                      Sealmaster Ltd Masterseal
                                                                             30
          Integrity Fire-Resistant Glass
      Multi-Layer Intumescent
    Laminated Glass Technology
   Clear, multi-layer intumescent laminated
    fire-resistant glass provides integrity & partial
    insulation with impact safety for doors & screens
    (EW classification of the European standard)
   On exposure to fire, the intumescent layers
    produce an opaque shield that limits the
    transmission of conductive and radiant heat
   Can provide insulation for 15 minutes

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                   Integrity Fire-Resistant Glass
Multi-Layer Intumescent Laminated Glass
       30 minutes integrity
             glass




                                                           Norton School
           Intumescent
            Interlayer            Designed for use in fire-resistant doors
       Thickness 7.5 mm              and screens in timber and steel
   Internal application only
max. tested size 90 cm x 200 cm
 fire-resistance classification
  E/EW 30            EI 20         Fire-resistance as thin as a pencil…
                                                                             32
 Integrity Fire-Resistant Glass
Multi-Layer Intumescent
 Laminate Technology
  30 mins integrity            60 mins integrity
           Glass                      Glass




            Intumescent                 Intumescent
              Interlayer                  Interlayer
UV Filter Interlayer       UV Filter Interlayer

       Thickness                Thickness
     approx. 10 mm            approx. 13 mm

    Designed for use in fire-resistant doors           Eastgate Row, Chester
         & screens in timber & steel                                           33
               Integrity Fire-Resistant Glass
               Multi-Layer Intumescent
                  Laminated Glass
                           Benefits
                   Proven fire performance
                   Clear, unobstructed vision
                    in normal everyday use
                   Its intumescent layers
                    provide an opaque barrier to
                    flames helping reduce panic
                    & fear during evacuation of
                    the building
                   Available for 30 minutes &
                    for 60 minutes integrity
Holmes Place
                                                   34
                   Integrity Fire-Resistant Glass
Multi-Layer Intumescent Laminated Glass
   Its intumescent layers provide partial insulation considerably
         reducing the radiant heat transfer through the glass
Temperature (°C)
1,000

            Standard time / temperature
 800               curve
                                                  Glazing which remains transparent
                                                     in case of fire – E30 & E60
 600



 400                               Glazing with intumescent interlayers*
                        E30 & EW30                                  E60 & EW60
 200

                                              * Measured with Pilkington Pyrodur™ (monolithic)
   0
        0          10         20             30             40               50                  60
                                       Time (minutes)
                                                                                                      35
Integrity Fire-Resistant Glass
Multi-Layer Intumescent
Laminated Technology
              Benefits
    Provides impact safety up to
     Class A of BS 6206: 1981
    Suitable for internal and external
     applications, also available in
     insulating glass units
    Test evidence in timber and steel
     framing (doors and partitions) in
     multi-panel applications
    Max size tested 1430 mm x
     2905 mm in steel frame
    Readily available
    Low, if any, maintenance cost
                                          Phoenix House, Dublin
                                                                  36
           Integrity Fire-Resistant Glass
          A View of the Market
Wide range of integrity fire-resistant glass is available
                                           EXAMPLE
 Wired                            Pilkington Pyroshield
 Intumescent laminated              Pilkington Pyrodur/
                                Pilkington Pyrodur Plus
 Modified toughened     Vetrotech/St. Gobain Fivestar
 (Coated) modified toughened           CET’s Pyrocet
 Borosilicate                          Schott’s Pyran
 Ceramic                                      Firelite


                                                            37
Insulation Fire-Resistant Glass


          ‘Integrity’
             and

       ‘Insulation’



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             Insulation Fire-Resistant Glass
          Multi-Layer Intumescent
          Laminated Technology
   Developed more than 25 years ago in
    Germany to satisfy the integrity and
    insulation requirement
   Ongoing Research and Development
    projects have improved it since
   Blocks the spread of fire and remains cool
    on non-fire side
   A clear, fully insulated fire-resistant glass
    that provides the highest level of fire and
    impact protection
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                   Insulation Fire-Resistant Glass
            Multi-Layer Intumescent
            Laminated Technology
Temperature (°C)
1,000

            Standard time / temperature
 800               curve
                                               Glazing which remains transparent
                                                  in case of fire – E30 & E60
 600



 400



 200



   0
        0          10         20          30            40          50             60
                                    Time (minutes)
                                                                                        40
                 Insulation Fire-Resistant Glass
Multi-Layer Intumescent Laminated Technology
 Heat Radiation Levels after 30 mins into a Standard Fire
      Furnace                      30/0                         30/30
                                Fire Rated                    Fire Rated
     100 %



                       ~ 50 %
                                            ~ 10 %
                                                                <2%
  Fire without any       Integrity           Integrity          Insulation
   Fire-Resistant     Fire-Resistant   Fire-Resistant Glass   Fire-Resistant
       Glass         Glass remaining     with multi-layer         Glass
                       transparent         intumescents
                                                                               41
                   Insulation Fire-Resistant Glass
Multi-Layer Intumescent Laminated Technology
       Heat Radiation Levels & the Threat to Lives
                                                    Distance to fire-resistant glazing (m)
                                                       2       4       6       8      10
                                                                                        30
                            Ignition of cotton
                                                                                       25




                                                                                             Radiation Intensity (W/km2)
                                                           Any G 30 fire-resistant
                                                           glass that remains          20
            Incredible pain after 2 seconds                transparent after 30 min.

                                                                                       15
                   Point of ignition for light
                        flammable products
                                                                                       10
 Skin burns after 20 seconds of exposure
                                                                                       5
Max. tolerable continous value for people
                                                          Partial insulation glass     0
            Dimension of glazing:
 Height = 3 m (floor to ceiling), width unlimited              after 30 min.
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          Insulation Fire-Resistant Glass
Multi-layer Intumescent Laminated
            Technology
On exposure to fire, intumescent silicate
interlayers release water to form
a glassy foam at only 110°C which is
opaque to both heat and light




                                            43
            Insulation Fire-Resistant Glass
Multi-layer Intumescent Laminated
            Technology
   Multi-layer sandwich of glass and sodium silicate
    intumescent layers
   Number of layers is determined by the fire
    performance rating which needs to be fulfilled
     – Minimum of 3 interlayers for architectural applications,
       but more for insulation of up to 60 minutes or more for
       oil rigs, oil tankers, treasures on view to the public or
       computer centres
   Provides up to 180 minutes protection from a fire
    to people and equipment
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              Insulation Fire-Resistant Glass
Intumescent Laminated Technology
                      Applications
    Internal             External              External




   Monolithic           Monolithic         Insulating Glass Unit
 60 mins integrity     60 mins integrity      60 mins integrity
30 mins insulation    30 mins insulation     30 mins insulation



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Insulation Fire-Resistant Glass
Intumescent Laminated
     Technology
               Benefits
   Proven fire performance
   Enables greater use of glass in
    buildings
     “The clear alternative to a solid wall”
   Opaque barrier reduces panic
    during a building evacuation
     – Ideal for escape & access corridors
   Available in large sizes for a wide
    range of tested framing systems

                                               St George’s Shopping Centre,
                                                         Harrow               46
Insulation Fire-Resistant Glass
Intumescent Laminated
     Technology
          Benefits

 Where has a 90 minutes
         insulation
    fire-resistant glass
been used in this example?


                                  St George’s Shopping Centre,
                                            Harrow               47
                 Insulation Fire-Resistant Glass
                 Intumescent Laminated
                      Technology
                                Benefits
                  Suitablefor internal and external
                  applications and insulating units
                  Provides noise control and impact safety
                   up to Class A (BS 6206: 1981)
                  High light transmission
                    – All thicknesses 21 mm and greater
                      incorporate Pilkington Optiwhite™
                    – A float glass with a low iron content to
                      reduce the ‘green’ appearance
                  Readily available
                  Low, if any, maintenance cost

                  Shown  to perform after having been
                  installed for 20 years (Aachen Hospital)
Leadenhall St.                                                   48
                                    Glazing Details
             60 mins Integrity / 30 mins Insulation
                     In Door                                                       In Screen

               Glass                                                          Glass
                                      Glazing Material                                         Glazing Material
                                                             Fixings
     Fixings

                                                               Bead
                                                Bead

 Setting                                                     Setting
  Block                                                       Block
                                                Door                                                   Frame




                                                                        Silicone
                                                                        Capping


For full details of the tested assembly refer to the relevant Test Summary
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         A View of Market
     Insulation Fire-Resistant Glass
   Multi-layer intumescent laminated glass
    available today
      Pilkington Pyrodur and Pyrostop
      Pyrobelite and Pyrobel (Glaverbel)
      Swissflam (Vetrotech - St. Gobain)

   Insulating glass units comprising two or
    more panels of toughened glass and one or
    more intumescent gel-filled cavity
      Contraflam (Vetrotech - St. Gobain)
                                                50
Typical Examples of Applications
 External Application
                          Façade
                      Prevent the spread
                       of fire from one
                      part of the building
                          to the next.
                       Refer to Building
                         Regulations




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         Typical Examples of Applications
   External Application - Façade


                     Border of premises


                     Fire-resistant wall
                     Fire-resistant glass
                     (integrity & insulation)


Prevent the spread of fire from one building to the next
             Refer to Building Regulations
                                                           52
   Typical Examples of Applications




                             Internal fire-resistant
                                   partition
                              (30 mins insulation)




Fire protection as transparent as can be
                                                       53
   Typical Examples of Applications




                             Internal fire-resistant
                                   partition
                              (30 mins insulation)




                             Swindon
                             Initiative
                             Hospital

Fire protection as transparent as can be
                                                       54
Typical Examples of Applications
 External Application
                          Skylights
                         Avoid the spread
                         of fire from one
                        part of the building
                            to the next.
                         Refer to Building
                           Regulations




                                               55
   Typical Examples of Applications




                               Fire-resistant
                                roof glazing
                            (30 mins insulation)

Fire protection as transparent as can be
                                                   56
   Typical Examples of Applications



                                 Waterstone’s
                                 Nottingham
                                 fire-resistant
                                external wall
                             (30 mins insulation)
                                     18 mm
                             Pilkington Pyrostop™




Fire protection as transparent as can be
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      Typical Examples of Applications
    Internal / External Application
                                  Fire Door
1                               1 Door case
            8           3
                                2 Frame(steel or timber)
4
                                3 Door closer
        2
                    7           4 Door hinges
                                5 Lock
       6
                5           9   6 Door handle with
                                  steel core
                                7 Fire-resistant glass
                                  (integrity & insulation)
                                8 (optional)
                                9 Wall (brick work)

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Typical Examples of Applications




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              Summary
   Fire-resistant glass should…
      Be failsafe
      Consistently meet the relevant
       standards and regulations
      Always be specified as part of
       a fire tested assembly
      Always be glazed correctly
  Pilkington recommends the use of
accredited installers wherever possible
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Fire-Resistant Glass Markings
      Examples of Marks




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              …and finally
   It is Pilkington’s objective to provide
    architects with light-giving, space-making
    solutions where fire protection is required

   Pilkington’s solutions are extensively
    tried and tested

   Pilkington’s products are readily available



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Thank you
  Questions...


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                   Bibliography
In-house sources:
   Pilkington Sales Brochures and Literature
   Pilkington Technical Advisory Service
   Glass in Building (David Button & Brian Pye)

External sources:
   Internet e.g. www.standards.ie, www.asfp.or.uk,
    www.irlgov.ie/ag
   “Fire from First Principles” (Paul Stollard & John Abrahams)
   “Fire Safety: What is the law?” (Michael McMahon)
   Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland
   British Standards Institute
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Handouts
Useful Support
   Material
 Gl@ss (CD-ROM)
 Pilkington Specifire
 Literature
 Fire Test Summaries
 Web site
   – www.pilkington.co.uk
             CEN-Classification
           for Fire-Resistant Glass
The proposed CEN-Classification according to EN 357:
  E    = Integrity (Pilkington Pyrodur™)
  EW = Integrity plus reduced heat radiation
       (Pilkington Pyrodur™)
  EI   = Integrity & insulation (Pilkington Pyrostop™)
           Index for Fire Test Summaries
Test No.        Product         Thickness   Description           Fire Performance
                                                                      (Integrity)
FR 1448         Pyroshield™       6/7 mm    Timber Doorset               30/0
FR 1636         Pyroshield™       6/7 mm    Timber Screen                30/0
WARRES 62324    Pyroshield™       6/7 mm    Steel Screen                 30/0
WARRES 62325    Pyroshield™       6/7 mm    Horizontal Steel Screen      30/0
709A            Pyroshield™       6/7 mm    Timber Doorset               30/0
709B            Pyroshield™       6/7 mm    Timber Doorset               30/0
WARRES 70068    Pyroshield™       6/7 mm    Timber Screen                30/0
RF 00138        Pyrodur™ Plus      7.5 mm   Timber Double Doorset        30/0
RF 00137        Pyrodur™ Plus      7.5 mm   Timber Single Doorset     30/0
WARRES 118798   Pyrodur™ Plus      7.5 mm   Steel Screen and Door        30/0
FR 1507         Pyrodur™           10 mm    Timber Doorset               30/0
FR 1583         Pyrodur™           10 mm    Timber Screen                30/0
WARRES 60195    Pyrodur™           10 mm    Timber Screen                30/0
C 80773         Pyrodur™           10 mm    Steel Screen                 30/0
C 81599         Pyrodur™           10 mm    Timber Doorset               30/0
WARRES 103033   Pyroshield™       6/7 mm    Timber Screen                60/0
WARRES 60280    Pyroshield™       6/7 mm    Timber Screen                60/0
WARRES 68360    Pyrodur™           13 mm    Steel Screen                 60/0
C 82442         Pyrodur™           13 mm    Timber Screen                60/0
WARRES 57295    Pyrostop™       15+21 mm    Steel Screen                 90/0
WARRES 47850    Pyroshield™       6/7 mm    Steel Screen                120/0
            Index for Fire Test Summaries
Test No.        Product     Thickness          Description          Fire Performance
                                                                  (Integrity/Insulation)
WARRES 62326    Pyrostop™      15 mm           Steel Screen                30/30
C 82781         Pyrostop™      15 mm           Timber Screen               60/30
FR 1198 B       Pyrostop™      21 mm           Horizontal Steel Screen     60/30
C 81598         Pyrostop™      21 mm           Timber Screen               60/30
C 81600         Pyrostop™      21 mm           Steel Screen                60/30
C 80885         Pyrostop™      15 mm           Timber Doorset              60/30
C 81597         Pyrostop™      15 mm           Timber Screen               60/30
WARRES 61062    Pyrostop™      15 mm           Steel Screen                60/30
C 82780         Pyrostop™      21 mm           Timber Screen               60/60
Chilt/RF03058   Pyrostop™      23 mm           Timber Screen               60/60
WARRES 127055   Pyrostop™      23 mm           Steel Screen                60/60
WARRES 113978   Pyrostop™      23 mm           Steel Screen                60/60
WARRES 46730    Pyrostop™   21+21 mm           Steel Screen              120/120
WARRES 117011   Pyrostop™   23+23 mm           Steel Screen              120/120
WARRES 131563   Pyrostop™   23+27 mm + Low E   Steel Screen                60/60
           Pilkington Branch Network
           Branch                 Tel             Fax            Contact
Pilkington Basildon         01268 288551    01268 287761    Mark Moore
Pilkington Basingstoke      01256 469651    01256 464047    Ian Gillingham
Pilkington Birmingham       0121 326 5300   0121 328 4277   John Hawkins
Pilkington Bradford         01274 683503    01274 651049    Peter Simms
Pilkington Bristol          01179 473200    01179 473300    David Beaver
Pilkington Cumbernauld      01236 728298    01236 729876    Geoff Todd
Pilkington Dronfield        01246 410274    01246 411455    Bernie Wharton
Pilkington Gateshead        0191 487 7300   0191 490 0848   Peter Ward
Pilkington K'Mac, Benburb   02837 548541    02837 548548    Anne Murphy
Pilkington Leeds            01132 497511    01132 401434    Kevin Malpass
Pilkington Liverpool        0151 708 9888   0151 708 5584   George Davis
Pilkington Middlesbrough    01624 242258    01624 232135    Alan Storey
Pilkington Nottingham       01159 400980    01159 617993    Fred Miller
Pilkington Plyglass         01773 520000    01773 521136    Geoff Hancock
Pilkington Plymouth         01752 761500    01752 795950    Colin Nolan
Pilkington Poole            01202 742700    01202 736155    Paul Tuck
Pilkington Salford          0161 932 8200   0161 745 7242   George Davis
Pilkington Sealed Units     0121 541 1601   0121 552 3748   Simon Clarke
Pilkington Sheffield        01142 540444    01142 540861    Bernie Wharton
Pilkington South London     0207 252 0004   0207 231 5272   Mark Moore
Pilkington Swansea          01792 649444    01792 654245    Simon Wood
                        Fire Screen Manufacturers
Company                               Town              County            Phone           Fax
Alumet Systems Ltd.                   Southam           Warwickshire      01926 811677    01926 811676
Architectural Products Ltd.           Tewkesbury        Gloucestershire   01684 291555    01684 291666
Baydale Architectural Systems Ltd.    Newton Aycliffe   Co Durham         01325 307030    01325 308030
CAP Aluminium Systems Ltd.            West Bromwich     West Midlands     0121 5251000    0121 5255010
Charles Henshaw & Sons Ltd.           Edinburgh                           0131 3374204    0131 3462441
Fendor Hansen                         Gateshead         Tyne and Wear     0191 4383222    0191 4381668
Fyrespan Hansen                       Enfield           Middlesex         020 84435511    020 84433804
Glas-Seal of Northern Ireland Ltd.    Ballynahinch      Co.Down           028 97562932    028 97561096
Independent Glass Co Ltd              Glasgow           Lanarkshire       0141 429 8700
Klockner RP Profiles                  Sheffield         South Yorkshire   0114 2345288    0114 2343471
MDS Architectural Fabrications Ltd.   West Bromwich     West Midlands     0121 5253338    0121 5253348
Nicholls & Clarke                     London                              0208 9866212    0208 5335419
Rea Metal Windows Ltd.                Liverpool         Merseyside        0151 2286373    0151 2541828
T & A Anders                          Salford           Lancashire        0161 7362487    0161 7458183
T & WiIde Fire Products Ltd           London                              0207 7902333    0207 7900201
        Pilkington Pyrostop™ Installers
Waters Glass                 Greaney Glass Products Ltd   Wexford Glass Co Ltd
Deanrock                     Carnmore,                    Westgate
Togher                       Oranmore                     Wexford, Co. Wexford
Cork, Co. Cork               Co. Galway                   Eire
Eire                         Eire                         Tel. 053 22966
Tel. 021 496 6800            Tel. 091 794 381             Fax 053 40916
Fax 021 496 6800             Fax 091 794 369

e-mail info@watersglass.ie




Tipperary Glass Ltd          Glas-Seal NI Ltd
Railway Row                  80 Belfast Road
Templemore                   Ballynahinch
Co. Tipperary                Co. Down
Eire                         BT24 8EB
Tel. 050 432 192             Tel. 028 9756 2932
Fax 050 432 195              Fax 028 9756 1096
Pilkington Pyroshield




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