VETROTECH PYROWISS,VETROTECH KERALITE,VETROTECH CONTRAFLAM,VETROTECH CONTRAFLAM STRUCTURE, Kabul

VETROTECH PYROWISS,VETROTECH KERALITE,VETROTECH CONTRAFLAM,VETROTECH CONTRAFLAM STRUCTURE,

Clear fire-rated safety glass with high impact and mechanical strength for interior & exterior applications
PYROSWISS is the original clear, fire-protective glass technology with full safety glass characteristics. This tempered safety glass features a special edge treatment designed to withstand high thermal stress. This prevents early breakage due to fire, keeping the affected area sealed. Free from UV-sensitive interlayers or embedded wires, PYROSWISS provides high transparency and light transmission, offering design freedom for interior and exterior applications.
  • Clear fire-rated safety glass maintains integrity for 20- or 45-minutes Starting at ¼ in thickness for 20 minute20-minute rating  
  • Impact Safety Rating: ANSI Z97.1, CPSC 16CFR 1201-CAT II, CAN/CGSB - 12.1-M90 
  • High light transmission values of up to 89% 
  • Lightweight for easy, secure handling and installation 
  • Economical, durable, and reliable 
,Fire-rated glass-ceramic with high impact resistance for protective applications
KERALITE in Kabul Select fire-rated glass ceramic products are available with film or laminate for accidental human impact safety protection. Safety film applied to the surface provides a cost effective and light-weight fire-protective glazing solution. Laminating KERALITE in Kabul adds durability and sound reduction and is an ideal solution for high traffic areas. Both KERALITE in Kabul and KERALITE in Kabul Select, either in filmed or laminated safety glazing variants, can be a solution for fire doors, transoms and sidelights.
  • 3/16" (filmed) or 5/16" (laminated) thickness 
  • Impact safety rating ( CPSC 16CFR 1201-CAT II, CAN/CGSB - 12.1-M90, ANSI Z97.1 ) 
  • Visible light transmission values (VLT) of up to  85% 
  • Sound transmission class values (STC) up to  34(laminated) 
  • Translucent and opaque privacy laminate ( KERALITE in Kabul Privacy) available 
  • LCA, UL listed EPDs and HPD 2.0 documents available 
  • Contributes to LEED project points 
  • Available as an insulated glass unit (IGU)
,The most versatile solution for applications demanding maximum Fire-Resistive protection in the largest possible dimensions.
CONTRAFLAM in Kabul is a single or multi-chamber fire-resistive glass made of two or more sheets of toughened safety glass. The cavity between the glass sheets is sealed to be completely moisture-resistant, is then filled with an environmentally friendly, transparent and UV-stable intumescent interlayer that reacts when exposed to fire. The level of fire resistance required determines the number of sheets of toughened safety glass and interlayers included.
In the event of fire, it offers full heat insulation for the compartmentalization of fire. This product satisfies the highest demands of fire protection while offering robust handling and UV stability, with numerous configurations available.
  • Available in single, double, or triple glazing (IGU) 
  • Rated for full fire-resistance from 45 to 120 minutes 
  • Symmetrical 1(B)1 impact resistance (EN 12600)
  • Extended exposure time of 5,000 hours UV stability versus standard 2,000 hours 
  • Large variety of low-E and solar control coatings  
  • Exceptional U values (double glazing ≥ 0.9 W/m²K, triple glazing ≥ 0.5 W/m²) 
  • Available in large dimensions 
  • Moisture- and pressure-resistant edge sealing for extended durability 
  • Excellent acoustic insulation properties 
  • Many design and comfort options 
  • Manufactured locally for fast delivery and reduced CO2 emissions
  • Can serve as laminated safety glass  
  • Easy, secure handling and installation 
,Butt-joint fire-resistant glazing system for interior & exterior applications (under specific conditions)
CONTRAFLAM in Kabul Structure sets new standards in the design of transparent fire protection. The floor-to-ceiling glazing system provides a continuous, uninterrupted glass wall, joined only with silicone. Made of CONTRAFLAM in Kabul fire-resistant glass, CONTRAFLAM in Kabul Structure is engineered to achieve the mechanical resistance required to support interior wall line-loads and offer superior edge aesthetic.
  • Available in single, double (DGU),  
  • Available in Fire-Resistive ratings for 60 and 120 minutes.  
  • Symmetrical  impact resistance (ANSI Z97.1, CPSC 16CFR 1201-CAT II, CAN/CGSB - 12.1-M90 ) 
  • Extended exposure time of 5,000 hours. Outstanding durability and UV-stability.  
  • Available in large dimensions of up to 138 1/2in exposed for 60 minute rating, 126in exposed for 120 minute rating. 
  • Visually continuous expanse of glass delivers maximum transparency  
  • Symmetrical butt-joint fire protection 
  • For interior and exterior applications* (*under specific conditions) 
  • Portrait and landscape applications tested 
  •  Ceramic frit back-painted vertical edges in any colorSlim silicone joints in black 
  • Excellent acoustic insulation properties  
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Fire-rated glass is a crucial element in modern architecture, providing both safety and aesthetics. Let's take a closer look at three successful projects featuring fire-rated glass from leading manufacturers - AGC, VETROTECH, Saint-Gobain, and PILKINGTON in Kabul , Kabul.
1. AGC - "The Shard":
AGC's fire-rated glass was used in the iconic building "The Shard" in London. The glass not only met stringent fire safety regulations but also offered exceptional transparency and light transmission. This allowed for stunning panoramic views while ensuring the highest level of protection.
2. VETROTECH - "One World Trade Center":
VETROTECH's fire-rated glass played a pivotal role in the construction of the One World Trade Center in New York City. The glass provided superior fire resistance without compromising on design aesthetics, contributing to the building's sleek and modern appearance while prioritizing occupant safety.
3. Saint-Gobain & PILKINGTON in Kabul - "Burj Khalifa":
Collaborating on projects such as the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, Saint-Gobain and PILKINGTON in Kabul showcased their expertise in fire-rated glass solutions. The innovative glass technology used in this project not only met stringent fire safety standards but also offered thermal insulation properties and UV protection, enhancing both comfort and sustainability.
Advantages of using fire-rated glass from these renowned manufacturers include superior fire resistance capabilities, compliance with safety regulations, aesthetic appeal, transparency for natural light penetration, thermal insulation properties, UV protection benefits, and overall enhanced occupant safety.
These successful projects demonstrate how fire-rated glass can seamlessly integrate into architectural masterpieces while prioritizing both functionality and design excellence.

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