Treated Glass Is Fire- and Safety-rated for Detention Centers

The combined Pilkington Pyrostop and Smartgard Glass glazing assembly is classified and labeled with UL for doors, windows, sidelites and transoms.

The combined Pilkington Pyrostop and Smartgard Glass glazing assembly is classified and labeled with UL for doors, windows, sidelites and transoms.

Technical Glass Products (TGP), a brand of Allegion, and The LTI Group, has announced the availability of a fire-rated glass and security solution for detention centers, Pilkington Pyrostop laminated to Smartgard Glass. The transparent wall panel is fire-rated for up to 120 minutes and offers attack and containment ratings up to 60 minutes in compliant fire-rated and attack-rated doors and frames. For enhanced safety, it is available with up to Level III bullet-resistance ratings.

The combined Pilkington Pyrostop and Smartgard Glass glazing assembly is classified and labeled with Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) for doors, windows, sidelites and transoms. It is available for interior and exterior use.

Pilkington Pyrostop is a fire-rated and impact safety-rated glazing material that blocks radiant heat, helping protect people and valuables on the non-fire side of the glass where heat transfer might be a concern. The Smartgard Glass product line is designed to meet security needs for ballistic, containment, blast, and signals defense.

A brand of Allegion, TGP is a source for fire-rated glass and framing systems, along with specialty architectural glass products. For more information on Pilkington Pyrostop laminated to Smartgard Glass, along with TGP’s other fire-rated framing and glass products, visit online or call (800) 426-0279.

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