Promat SYSTEMGLAS® timber shortlisted for prestigious BWF Award

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UK-based Promat has one of its fire-resistant products in the finals of the 2017 British Woodworking Federation (BWF) Awards.

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Promat SYSTEMGLAS® is a complete glazing system which enables architects and designers to use traditional timber for fire screens in combination with tested fire doors
An innovative system from Promat UK, which provides a multi-pane glazed timber screen with a 60 minute fire resistance rating for integrity and insulation (EI), has been named as a finalist in the 2017 British Woodworking Federation (BWF) Awards.
Shortlisted for the Product Design in Wood Award, Promat SYSTEMGLAS® is a complete glazing system which enables architects and designers to use traditional timber for fire screens in combination with tested fire doors. It is designed and manufactured to combine the natural beauty of a timber product with the functionality of a fire protection material in critical areas, without compromising on aesthetic goals.
The combination of traditional hardwood timber framing as part of a Promat SYSTEMGLAS® installation with butt joined glass products affords an updated and modern appearance, gives a fresh dimension in a market which has typically been dominated by steel and aluminium framing materials. It provides timber screen options which include the ability to vertically or horizontally butt joint the glazing, and also offer a multi-pane timber screen to EI30 and EI60 fire resistance classifications as part of a fully tested timber system.
Within a Promat SYSTEMGLAS® 30 timber screen installation a 30 minute timber fire door can be specified in a matching timber to complete the system offer. All SYSTEMGLAS® products within the range are fully tested at the company’s UKAS accredited first test centre and third party accredited.
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