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GPW (Georgian Polished Wire) glass has served as a cost-effective solution for fire suppression in fire exit locations. Its mesh pattern, comprising thin wire embedded within the glass, ensures structural integrity even when broken by thermal stress. This type of glass is commonly used for doors, partitions, and windows in public buildings like schools, offices, and high rises, providing up to a 45-minute fire rating, depending on the size of the opening. However, it's important to note that GPW glass is not designed for impact-rated applications.


Thickness: 6mm
Sheet sizes: 78" x 130"

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