Pyroguard introduces new brochure for fire-resistant glass products

Fire GlassThe Middle Eastern architectural style lends itself to the use of glass to achieve both safety and aesthetic appeal. (Image source: Tim S/Flicker)Pyroguard, the global manufacturer of fire-resistant glass, has released a new capability document, which highlights the suitability of its products for serving clients in the Middle East

Working closely with specialist local supply partner, Intervine, Pyroguard’s products deliver location-specific performance credentials, such as enhanced UV protection, all of which is highlighted in their new brochure.

Supplied alongside Intervine’s portfolio of Voestalpine and Aluprof steel and aluminium profiles, architecture and commercial construction clients in the region can benefit from a full manufacturer to fabricator service, with project-specific advice and consultation, as well as expert technical support on thermal, acoustic, impact and barrier loading requirements.

Steve Goodburn, business development director at Pyroguard, commented, “The Middle Eastern architectural style lends itself to the use of glass to achieve both safety and aesthetic appeal. Boasting the widest range of fire-resistant glass on the market, Pyroguard’s product portfolio delivers both of these qualities in abundance, for all frame systems.”

“Having a presence in the Middle East and a dedicated representative on the ground, along with high-quality sales literature to assist in the selection of project specific solutions, Pyroguard is committed to growing sustainable relationships in the region,” he added.

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