Innovating for our Customers

Innovating new products for our customers is a key part of Romag's success and we are delighted to announce that we have now developed the thinnest, lightest and strongest LPCB approved security glass in the market.

Since 1943 we have been designing and developing specialist glass products in response to the changing needs of the market.  Improvements in glass technology now allows glass to be used in more applications than previously possible.  Our customers are demanding lighter and thinner glass constructions but don't wish to compromise the performance of the glass should it be attacked.  Romag's range of ProtectGlaz security glazing is now leading the market and has been endorsed by insurance brokers and security glass consultants alike.   For example, our ProtectGlaz range is being used in the prestigious redevelopment of a number of premium retail outlets in Bruton Street, London, both in shop windows and internal showcases.Our range of ProtectGlaz security glass is available in thicknesses from 8.22mm to 17.89mm and has been fully tested to PNG">LPS1270.  


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