New range opens the fire glass door market to specialist Romag

New range opens the fire door glass market to specialist Romag

2nd Dec 2016

SPECIALIST manufacturer Romag will now process a fire resistant clear glass range supported by cutting, shaping, grinding and polishing expertise at its Consett, County Durham factory. 

Ideal for the fire door and bespoke architectural markets, the multi-layer laminate range features BS EN 1634-1:2008 and BS 476-22:1987 standard accredited glass.

Products are compliant with the international E (integrity), EW (radiation control) and EI (insulation) standards covering physical barrier protection against flames, hot toxic gases and smoke as well as radiated heat and surface temperature control for up to two hours protection.

Included in the range is a slim-line option, featuring two panes of glass separated by a transparent intumescent interlayer, to provide a flexible and high performance solution for fire door, fire partition, fire exit corridor and fire exit staircase applications.

The eye-catching and elegant fire resistant glass is available as a single glazed laminate and double glazed option to provide enhanced thermal insulation, acoustic insulation and even bullet and physical attack resistance properties

The fire glass combines special properties with maximum strength for bespoke safety and security fire door applications in museums, galleries and high end retail establishments, as well industrial buildings and commercial offices.

Romag is a UK pioneer with more than 70 years of glass processing experience and expertise within the security and architectural market place. Established in 1943, the firm has built an enviable reputation around the globe for manufacturing high quality specialist security glass products in a range of shapes and sizes to meet individual client aspirations.

It has supplied safety and security glass for projects in critical national infrastructure, transportation, government buildings, MOD and leisure facilities. The company’s manufacturing processes are fully certified to ISO9001 and it also holds both ISO14001, ISO 18001, together with all relevant individual international product certifications.