BS EN. Glass in building —. Heat soaked thermally toughened soda lime The European Standard EN has the status of a. BS EN specifies the heat soak process system together with tolerances, flatness, edgework, fragmentation and physical and. BS EN Glass in building – Heat soaked thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass Part 1: Definition and description.
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BS EN 14179-1:2016
Code of practice for design and installation Part 2: Patent glazing and sloping glazing for buildings. Glazing for buildings Part 1: First published inthis standard specifies the heat soak process, along with requirements for tolerances, flatness, edgework and fragmentation.
Code of practice for safety related to human impact Part 6: Glass in building – Glazing and airborne sound insulation – Product descriptions and determination of properties. There are a number of applications where toughened glass should 114179 heat soaked. When glass breaks, it can cause surprise, shock, fear or confusion for those in close proximity to it.
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Copyright Glass Times is the Industry Bbs Magazine reaching 10, professionals each month. Laminated glass Part 4: Heat soaking is an additional enn that can be carried out on thermally toughened glass to reduce the risk of breakage during service from inclusions in the glass. 114179 here to find out how to access this document.
Glass in building – Heat soaked thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass Part 1: Factory production control and periodic tests BS EN This document Older versions. Glass in building – Determination of bending strength of glass. During the toughening 141179, any NiS in the glass undergoes a structural change at high temperature, but the rapid cooling during the quenching process does not allow time for it to convert back to its stable form. Code of practice for fire, security and wind loading Part 4: Perhaps the most significant change is the reduction of the glass temperature during the holding stage of the heat soak process cycle.
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Breakage due to inclusions, more specifically eh sulphide NiS inclusions, are what tend to create most concern. In the Pilkington Planar structural glazing system, all toughened glass is heat soaked as standard. It sets out a holding phase of oC for two hours, with the aim of achieving a residual risk of no more than one breakage per tonnes of heat soaked thermally toughened glass. Our report Building Confidence found that architects and specifiers expect more glass to be used in new build facades, which enn require safety glass such as toughened glass, which is increasingly specified as heat soaked, and laminated glass including laminated toughened glass.
Assembly rules BS EN For processors with heat soaking ovens, it may be prudent to prepare for these changes in advance, including commissioning new calibrations. Glass in building – Determination of bending strength of glass Part 1: Software and Marketing Articles. BS Fire tests on building materials and structures. Why not register with us using the form below.
Phil Brown, European regulatory marketing manager at Pilkington UK, discusses the benefits of heat soaking toughened glass and outlines potential changes for the heat soaking process. This is because Part 2 of EN — the mandatory aspect of the standard 1417 still refers to the old version of Part 1. You may find similar items within these categories by selecting from the choices below:.
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These include safety critical areas such as sloping or horizontal overhead applications or free standing glass protective barriers. Code of practice for energy, light and sound Part 3: Testing of channel shaped glass Part 5: Glass in building – Safety in case of fire, fire resistance – Glass testing methodology for the purpose of classification.
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