XXXL
Glass to the Max
18,000 x 3,210 mm
 
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We have been growing since 1989 with commitment, courage and passion. We create and realize new visions.
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TG-PROTECT®UVzero


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Conventional window glazing is opaque for ultraviolet light below 320 nm. PVB-interlayers between the panes filter further ultraviolet light out. As a laminated safety glass with new PVB-interlayer, TG-PROTECT®UVzero reaches to block incident ultraviolet light up to 100%. This unique function combined with the proved characteristics of laminated safety glass (residual carrying capacity, minimized risk of injury, impact and break-in resistant glazing) makes the product unique and highly versatile in application.

With its application in museums, archives and galleries,  TG-PROTECT®UVzero provides an optimum protection for exhibits  behind glass and preserves works of art from early ageing.

Sicherheit+schlagfestsplitterbindendUV protection

Technical Informationen

TG-PROTECT®UVzero can be combined with the following products and features:

 

  • alarm system
  • noise protection, thermal insulation and solar protection
  • anti-reflective glass TG-PROVIEW for clear vision
    (maximum dimension is 3,210 x 6,000 mm)
  • tempered glass like ­TG-ESG® or TG-TVG®

  • ceramic digital frit or screen-printing

 

Specifications

  • laminated safety glass provided with a transparent, at least 0.76 mm thick PVB interlayer
  • available in maximum dimension 3,210 x 18,000 mm
  • 120 mm compound thickness
  • up to 7,000 kg weight/laminated glass

 

 

  • glazing in museums, archives, galleries, kindergartens, schools, hospitals, libraries and other public buildings
  • display cabinets, showcases
  • shop windows and storefronts
  • picture frames
  • high-class private houses (small frame windows)