Developed as a 7mm glass, Pyroguard Impact 30 has achieved full ceiling height (2750cm) certification and is particularly suited for use in fire screens, partitions and fire doors. Providing 30 minutes EW (integrity and radiation control) protection, Pyroguard Impact 30 can be cut by hand, making it much quicker to process.
Steve Goodburn, sales director of CGI International said: “Pyroguard Impact 30 gives much more flexibility to architects, allowing them to glaze larger areas without compromising on design or impact safety. As the product is much lighter than its predecessor and can be hand cut – it’s also much easier to handle, quicker to glaze and more cost effective. “
“It’s vital that we continue responding to the evolving needs of customers and CGI’s unwavering commitment to research and development is testament to that.”
Pyroguard Impact 30 has test certification for use in panels of 880mm (width) to 2750mm (height) and 1000mm (width) to 2500mm (height), dependent on the frame material and been tested and certified by TÜV/TNO Quality (Eindhoven, Netherlands) and WINTECH (UK).
Available in stock sheets, Pyroguard Impact 30 offers the same advantages of standard Pyroguard – including UV stability, making it suitable for internal and external glazing, as well as no requirement for edge taping. It is available in satin and other decorative finishes.
CGI supplies a full range of fire safety glasses including: integrity only (E), integrity and insulating glass (EI) and integrity and radiation control glass (EW).
CGI International supplies one of the widest ranges of fire glasses in the world and has tripled sales in the past decade. Around 60 per cent of the company’s glass is exported to countries such as Holland, Ireland, France, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Australia, China, Dubai, the USA and Turkey.
For more information please contact CGI on +44 1942 710720 or visit www.cgii.co.uk