Fire-resistant glass is manufactured using a patented glass lamination process. This consists of two or more layers of float glass with interlayers of specially formulated clear resin between the plates of glass.
Fire rated glass is designed to meet regulatory requirements internationally, and glass products are tested to European and national standards.
Integrity demonstrates the ability to prevent the passage of flames or hot gases through the glass when exposed to fire on one side, and to prevent the occurrence of flames on the unexposed side.
Insulation offers the highest level of protection from flames, smoke and heat. This classification of fire rated glass performs when exposed to fire on one side, and also restricts temperature rise on the unexposed face to below the required standard.