Fire resistant glass market sees Europe leading the way as tough building regulations drive innovation and design

The continuous improvement in building regulations within Europe and applied in the UK has resulted in the increasing need for improved standards in glass construction with regards to fire resistance and thermal insulation.

In 1978, Pilkington Glass launched the world's first glass for EI glazing in combination with the publication of DIN 4102, Part 5 as the first standard for fire-resistant glass.Read more at: www.companiesandmarkets.com/News/Construction/Fire-resistant-glass-market-sees-Europe-leading-the-way-as-tough-building-regulations-drive-innovation-and-design/NI10074The continuous improvement in building regulations within Europe and applied in the UK has resulted in the increasing need for improved standards in glass construction with regards to fire resistance and thermal insulation.  In 1978, Pilkington Glass launched the world's first glass for EI glazing in combination with the publication of DIN 4102, Part 5 as the first standard for fire-resistant glass.

Read more at: www.companiesandmarkets.com/News/Construction/Fire-resistant-glass-market-sees-Europe-leading-the-way-as-tough-building-regulations-drive-innovation-and-design/NI10074

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