A range of security glass which provides protection against manual attack. Attackguard is used either as an IGU counterpane or as a laminated Pyroguard fire-resistant glass. A range of configurations are available which provide manual attack protection to the EN 356 standard from P1A to P8B.
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Used either as an IGU counterpane or as a laminated Pyroguard fire resistant glass
Certified for use with steel or timber applications
Usable as a glazed screen or door
30 and 60 minutes
Tested to EN 356 standard from P1A to P8B
Conforms to EN 12150-1 requirements for thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass
Impact classification to EN 12600:2002 – 1B1
Complies with EN 14449 standards for laminated safety glass
Can be used as attack resistant glazing in its own right, or combined with Pyroguard fire resistant glazing
Extensive tested range
Engineered to meet your specific project requirements
The structural integrity of the product ensures it can be handled and installed in the most challenging of applications and sites
Save time and reduce procurement complexity with a single source for both attack and fire resistant glazing
Full compliance with a wide range of manual attack regulations from P1A to P8B
Peace of mind throughout the lifespan of the product due to UV stability. No additional protection required for external applications
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