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BU636 Protecting Glass from Damage

Abbreviation
BU636
Valid from
01/04/2019

Information provider
BRANZ Limited
Information type
BRANZ Bulletin
Format
PDF, Hard copy

Description

This bulletin describes the key causes of damage and how glazing can be protected.

The surface of glass is susceptible to damage by corrosion, scratching, staining and etching.

Coatings applied to glass to alter its optical and/or thermal performance are also vulnerable to damage.

Scope

This bulleting covers: 

  • Glass manufacturers
  • Causes of damage
  • Designing to prevent damage
  • Care of glass during construction
  • Cleaning and maintenance
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Notes/comments

This BRANZ Bulletin updates and replaces Bulletin 337 Protecting window glass from surface damage.

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For assistance with locating previous versions, please contact the information provider.

This BRANZ Bulletin updates and replaces Bulletin 337 Protecting window glass from surface damage.

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BU636 Protecting Glass from Damage

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BU636 Protecting Glass from Damage

Description

This bulletin describes the key causes of damage and how glazing can be protected.

The surface of glass is susceptible to damage by corrosion, scratching, staining and etching.

Coatings applied to glass to alter its optical and/or thermal performance are also vulnerable to damage.

View on Information Provider website
BU636 Protecting Glass from Damage
Description

This bulletin describes the key causes of damage and how glazing can be protected.

The surface of glass is susceptible to damage by corrosion, scratching, staining and etching.

Coatings applied to glass to alter its optical and/or thermal performance are also vulnerable to damage.

View on Information Provider website
This resource does not cite any other resources.

BU636 Protecting Glass from Damage

This resource does not CITE any other resources.
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