Paarhammer uses SCHOTT fire rated glass in new windows, doors and sliding doors

PYRANOVA fire rated glass from SCHOTT Australia has been incorporated by leading window and door manufacturer Paarhammer in their new window, door and sliding door systems.

SCHOTT PYRANOVA fire rated glass will henceforth play a significant role in the protection of houses in Australia’s bushfire prone areas with Paarhammer’s range of window, door and sliding door systems being approved for building in Flame Zone (BAL-FZ).Victoria’s multi-award winning regional timber window manufacturer Paarhammer now offers fire resistant windows, doors and sliding doors that do not require additional shutters or fire screens in Flame Zone designated areas.With all the new Australian Standards and local regulations regarding building or renovating in bushfire prone areas (BAL zones), Paarhammer took on the challenge to further develop their famous tilt & turn timber windows, doors and sliding doors to withstand temperatures exceeding 850ºC for 30 minutes with a cooling down period of 1 hour to achieve the required Australian Standards.

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600450 Paarhammer uses SCHOTT fire rated glass in new windows, doors and sliding doors
Date: 10 July 2012

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