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ABOUT US Here at SEZAL FIREBAAN GLASS PVT. LTD. our aim is to bring solutions to all of your fire glazing requirements. Our products can be used in many demanding applications including fire-rated partitions, fire-rated screens, doors & floors. Available in single, double and triple glazed units as required. CGI International (CGII) is a leading manufacturer and supplier of specialist glasses to the glazing markets. Our main products are available and supplied in stock sheets. This gives you, our customers, the ability to cut and deliver fire glass to the market quickly and efficiently. Alternatively finished cut sizes can be supplied by CGII. In addition to holding a substantial share of the fire glass market in the UK, the company enjoys a significant presence in many overseas markets. In 2007 more than two thirds of CGII’s sales were to export markets. The range of fire glasses offered by CGII is the widest available from any single manufacturer in the world. The company’s aim is to provide fire glass users with a ‘one stop shop’ for all of their requirements - from basic integrity-only wired glass, to a range of clear products, including fully insulating fire glasses with performances of 30/30; 60/30; 60/60; upto 120/120. CGII’s own product, Pyroguard Plus, is a leader in many markets. CGII is a BSI registered company which has BS EN ISO 9001 accreditation. CGII’s range of fire glass products are CE marked.
PYROGURD - E + EW Stockable, Cuttable Range of Fire Resisting Glasses Developed for Integrity & Radiant Heat Control The Pyroguard fire resisting glass range is manufactured exclusively by CGII at its purpose-built factory in Haydock, UK. The unique laminating process allows the production of a variety of glass types, with differing fire performance and visual appearances.
Description Pyroguard is a clear, multi–laminated fire resisting glass with a specially formulated resin interlayer which provides integrity, radiant heat control and impact safety. The resin interlayer is UV stable and therefore can be used internally as well as externally. Standard products available are 7mm (30 minutes) and 11mm (60 minutes).
Performance ŸStops flames and some heat from spreading
ŸImpact Safety to EN 12600 minimum class
allowing safe passage and exit ŸCertified up to 60 minutes integrity with radiant heat control ŸClassified EW30 and EW60 to EN 13501-2 ŸBeveled variant made to order
3B3 ŸCan be used in timber, steel with single glazing, double and triple glazed units ŸDoes not require edge taping
Stock Sheet Availability Type
No. of Sheets In End Cap
Sheet Size (mm)
Area Per Sheeet (m2)
Area Per Weight Per End Cap (m2) End Cap (kg)
2700 x 1580
2500 x 1580
2410 x 1290
2500 x 1580
Pyroguard Insulation (Fireswiss Foam) - EI Stockable, Cuttable Range of Fire Resisting Glasses for Integrity and Insulation Description Pyroguard Insulation is a clear multi-laminated product which is made up of layers of 3mm float glass with an intumescent (silicate) interlayer. The product has excellent visual clarity and stops flames, smoke and heat, allowing safe exit. A range of thicknesses are available in standard stock sheet sizes to British and European Standards in various glazing systems and applications. The product can be used internally and externally (with pvb interlayer added).
Performance ŸProvides a barrier to ﬁre and heat
ŸImpact safety to EN12600 Class 1B1
to allow safe passage and exit ŸCertiﬁed up to 60 minutes integrity
ŸExcellent visual clarity
and insulation ŸClassiﬁed to EI 60 to EN 13501-2
ŸMust be edge taped
ŸInternal and external applications
Stock Sheet Availability Type
No. Of Sheet Size Sheets In (mm) Pack
Area Weight Per Area Per Per Sheet 2 End Cap (m ) End Cap (kg) (m2)
4 Float X 3 Interlayer
3100 x 2125
5 Float X 3 Interlayer + 1pvb
3100 x 2125
6 Float X 5 Interlayer
3100 x 2125
7 Float X 5 Interlayer + 1pvb
3100 x 2125
EI 30/30 EI 60/30 EI 30/30 EI 60/30
Potential Application Areas Segments IT / ITES Installations
Application Areas Partitions / Vision Panels / Smoke Curtains / Roof Glazing / Fully Glazed Doors / Front Reception Automatic Doors Application Areas : Server Rooms / Data Centers / Intellectual Property Engine Labs / Reception Lobby for Visitors
Shopping Malls / Premium Retail Space
Refuge / Exit Areas / Partitions
Fully Glazed Doors / Front Reception Automatic Doors / Partitions
Application Areas : Fire & Smoke Barriers between retail outlets (Internal & External Applications)
Application Areas : Partitions between Restaurant & Lobby Areas & other Internal & External Applications
Selectivity / Performance Classification
E = Stability INTEGRITY Glazing products to contain smoke and flames
EW = Stability + Radiation Reduction
INTEGRITY & RADIATION REDUCTION Products to reduce radiant heat transfer
m /s EI = Stability + Temperature Insulation INTEGRITY & TEMPERATURE INSULATION Products providing a barrier to radiant and conducted heat transfer (transparent wall panels)
Laminated glass construction with butacite Glass
Butacite PVB interlayer Glass
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Glossary Color Rendering Index (CRI) The ability of transmitted daylight through the glazing to portray a variety of colors compared to those seen under daylight without the glazing. Scale is 1 - 100. For instance, a low CRI causes colors to appear washed out, while a high CRI causes colors to appear vibrant and natural. In commercial glass, CRI indicates the effect the specific glass configuration has on the appearance of objects viewed through the glass. Heat gain is heat added to a building interior by radiation, convection or conduction.
Heat Transfer Methods Heat transfer occurs through convection, conduction or radiation (also referred to as "emission"). Convection results from the movement of air due to temperature differences. For instance, warm air moves in an upward direction and, conversely, cool air moves in a downward direction. Conduction results when energy moves from one object to another. Radiation, or emission, occurs when heat (energy) can move through space to an object and then is transmitted, reflected or absorbed.
Light to Solar Gain Ratio of the visible light transmittance to the Solar Heat Gain Coefficient. A higher LSG ratio means sunlight entering the room is more efficient for daylighting, especially for summer conditions where more light is desired with less solar gain. This ratio is the measurement used to determine whether the glazing is "spectrally selective."
Low-E Coatings Relatively neutral in appearance, low-E coatings reduce heat gain or loss by reflecting longwave infrared energy (heat) and, therefore decrease the U-Value and improve energy efficiency. Current sputter-coated low-E coatings are multilayered, complex designs engineered to provide high visible light transmission, low visible light reflection and reduce heat transfer.
Relative Heat Gain (RHG) The total heat gain through glass for a specific set of conditions. This value considers indoor/outdoor air temperature differences and the effect of solar radiation.
R-Value A measure of the resistance of the glazing to heat flow. It is determined by dividing the UValue into 1. A higher R-Value indicates better insulating properties of the glazing. R-Value is not typically used as a measurement for glazing products and is referenced here to help understand U-Value.
Shading Coefficient (SC) An alternative measure of the heats gain through glass from solar radiation. Specifically, the shading coefficient is the ratio between the solar heat gain for a particular type of glass and that of double strength clear glass. A lower shading coefficient indicates lower solar heat gain.
Solar Energy Radiant energy from the sun having a wavelength range of 300 to 4000 nm, which includes UV (300 to 380 nm), visible light (380 to780 nm) and near infrared energy (780 to 4000 nm). % Reflectance Out - percentage of incident solar energy directly reflected from the glass back outdoors. % Absorptance - percentage of incident solar energy absorbed into the glass. % Transmittance - percentage of incident solar energy directly transmitted through the glass. The sum of percent reflectance out + absorptance out + transmittance = 100%. An additional consideration is emission, or emissivity. This refers to the reradiation of absorbed energy that can be emitted toward both the exterior and interior of the building. Emissivity is controlled through the use of low-emissivity, or low-E coatings.
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) The percent of solar energy incident on the glass that is transferred indoors, both directly and indirectly through the glass. The direct gain portion equals the solar energy transmittance, while the indirect is the fraction of solar incident on the glass that is absorbed and re-radiatedor convected indoors.
Solar/Reflective Coatings Typically, highly reflective coatings that reduce solar heat gain through reflection and absorption. Though very effective at reducing heat gain, visible light transmittance is generally low and U-Values are not as energy efficient as low-E coatings.
Transmittance Percent Percentage of incident ultraviolet energy that is directly transmitted through the glass. Long-termexposure to UV light may result in fabric and pigment fading, plastic deterioration and changes to the appearance of many types of wood.
UV Ultraviolet radiant energy from the sun having a wavelength range of 300 to 380 nm with airmass of 1.5.
U-Value (U-Factor) A measure of the heat gain or loss through glass due to the difference between indoor & outdoor air temperatures. It is also referred to as the overall coefficient of heat transfer. A lower U-Value indicates better insulating properties. The units are Btu/(hr)(ft2)(째F).
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