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Adverse Environment Windows

ICW adverse environment windows are used in applications that are subject to high levels of heat, noise or where there is a possibility of something impacting the windows.

Adverse Environment Windows

ICW adverse environment windows are used in applications that are subject to high levels of heat, noise or where there is a possibility of something impacting the windows. Typical applications would be in crane cabs, control rooms within steel works or other factories. Where heat is the main factor double glazing & secondary glazing can be effective with different glass thicknesses & air gaps having an effect on heat transmission. For high levels of noise see our sound reduction windows.  Higher levels of impact resistance can be gained by using a shatter resistant film, or by using laminated glass made of glass, interlayer, glass or glass, interlayer, polycarbonate. There are also specialist glasses that can be used such as anti-bandit glass. In some situations, it will be necessary to use a combination of measures to give the required level of heat reduction, sound reduction & impact resistance. ICW adverse environment windows are custom manufactured to suite your exact specification.

 

Options:

  • Choice of powder coated frame colours
  • Silver anodised frames
  • Clear laminated glass
  • Clear toughened glass
  • Clear double glazed toughened or laminated glass
  • Choice of glass tints: Grey, Bronze or Green
  • Secondary glazing
  • Thermally broken frames
  • Speciality acoustic glasses
  • Speciality impact resistant glasses
  • Shatter proof films

 

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