CERTIFICATION

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BOIL TEST

ANSI Z97.1-2004

- US Standards

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ADHESION TEST / CROSS-CUT TEST

ISO 2409:2013

- International Standards

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IMPACT TEST

ANSI Z97.1-2004

- US Standards

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SOLVENT RESISTANCE RUB TEST

ASTM D4752-10 (2015)

- ASTM Standards

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IMPACT TEST

BS 6206:1981

- British Standards

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LIGHT AGEING TEST-UV EXPOSURE

ASTM G154-16 Cycle 1& ISO 105-A02:1993 / Cor:2:2005

- ASTM / ISO Standards

ANTI-BURGLARY TEST

BS EN 356:2000

- British Standards

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FIRE TEST

BS 476 Part 7 1997

- British Standards

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ANSI Z97.1-2004

BOIL TEST

for Fabric Mesh Laminated Glass

Certification:

ANSI Z97.1 Safety Glazing Materials Used in Buildings - Safety Performance Specifications and Methods of Test - Clause 5.3.2 – ( 1 ) Boil Test

Standard:

ANSI Z97.1-2004 Standard was developed under procedures accredited as meeting the criteria for American National Standards

Tested Material:

Fabric Mesh Laminated Glass

Process:

Determining the effect of exposure of safety glazing materials to temperature and humidity condition by boiling.

  1. Immerse the specimens vertically on edge in a bath of water maintained at a temperature of 66°C ± 3°C for 3 min

  2. Quickly transfer the specimens to a bath of water maintain at boiling point. Immerse the specimens vertically on edge for 2 h

  3. Remove the specimens and examine for the bubbles and others defects

Result:

The purpose of weathering [LG or OCG] is to determine if degradation of the interlayer occurs over the duration of the exposure. No bubbles or delaminations shall develop more than 0.5 in. from the outer edge of the specimen or any crack.

Application:

Kitchen Cabinet Glass, Shower Glass Partition, Door Glass.

Keywords:

Heat-resistant glass, Safety Glass.

 

IMPACT TEST

ANSI Z97.1-2004

for Fabric Mesh Laminated Glass

Certification:

ANSI Z97.1 Safety Glazing Materials Used in Buildings - Safety Performance Specifications and Methods of Test - Impact Test

Standard:

ANSI Z97.1-2004 Standard was developed under procedures accredited as meeting the criteria for American National Standards

Tested Material:

Fabric Mesh Laminated Glass

Process:

testing method comprises both hammer and axe (weight 2kg) strikes on the 400 mm x 400 mm square area of a vertically positioned glass with the size 1,100 x 900 mm. At least 12 hammer strikes are used to destroy the testing glass first and then the following axe cutting strikes are tried to make an opening. The axe test is passed if the square opening (400 mm x 400 mm) is not formed and completely detached from the rest of the test sheet. Finally the number of strikes are counted and classified as P6B to P8B which denote their resistant ability to penetrate the glass.

Result:

Type 1 = no tear or shear or opening develops within the vertical specimen through with a 3.0 in diameter sphere can pass;

Type 2 = "the 10 largest crack-free particles shall be selected and weighed… the average thickness will be used to determine the maximum allowable weight";

Type 3 = "the stiffness and hardness of the specimen shall be determined"; for

Type 4 = No breakage occurs.

The interpretation of results for center punch fragmentation is "the total of the 10 largest crack-free pieces shall weigh no more than the equivalent weight of 10 square inches of the original test sample.

Application:

Kitchen Cabinet Glass, Shower Glass Partition, Door Glass.

Keywords:

Toughen glass, Safety Glass, Strengthen Glass, Stratobel Security Burglary.

 

IMPACT TEST

BS 6206:1981

for Fabric Mesh Laminated Tempered Glass

Certification:

BS 6206:1981 Specification for Impact Performance Requirements for the Flat Safety Glass and Safety Plastics for use in Buildings

Standard:

BS 6206:1981 Standard was developed under procedures accredited as meeting the criteria for British Standards Institution

Tested Material:

Fabric Mesh Laminated Tempered Glass

Process:

  1. Immediately preceding the test, condition the test piece as described above. Place the test piece in the frame and clamp it so that the chloroprene strips are compressed by no more than 10% to 15% of their original thickness. When the impactor is hanging at rest, suspended from the overhead support, check that it is, at its greatest diameter, not more than 13mm from the surface of the test piece and within 51mm radially from the centre of the test piece.

  2. Raise the impactor to a drop height of 305mm and steady it.

  3. Release the impactor so that it swings in a pendulum arc and strikes the piece.

  4. Inspect the test piece after impact and report whether: 

    • It has remained unbroken. 

    • It has broken safely in accordance with the requirements of 6.2. 

    • It has broken and failed to comply with the requirements of 6.2.

  5. If any test piece fails to comply with the requirements of 6.2, terminate the procedure. If all four test pieces either do not break or break safely and if it is required to test the material to a higher impact level, increase the drop height to 457mm and repeat the test on four more test pieces of the same material or test pieces which have undergone the previous tests and remained unbroken.

  6. Repeat the same procedure for drop height of 1219mm.

Result:

Class A: Complied

Class B: Complied

Class C: Complied

Application:

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Keywords:

Toughen glass, Safety Glass, Strengthen Glass, Stratobel Security Burglary

 

ANTI-BURGLARY TEST

BS EN 356:2000

for Art Laminated Glass

Certification:

BS EN 356:2000 Specification for Impact Performance Requirements for the Flat Safety Glass and Safety Plastics for use in Buildings

Standard:

BS EN 356:2000 Standard was developed under procedures accredited as meeting the criteria for European standard.

Tested Material:

Fabric Mesh Laminated Tempered Glass

Process:

  1. For categories P1A, P2A, P3A and P4A, the impactor shall be dropped on to each test piece three times from the same height, in such a way the impact positions form a pattern of an equilateral triangle with a side length of (130±20)mm around the geometric centre of the test piece, with on side of the triangle parallel to a short side of the specimen. The impact position opposite to this side of the triangle shall be hit first.

  2. For category P5A, The above procedure shall be repeated a total of three times on teach test piece, giving nine impacts, three on each point of the triangle.

  3. Loose fragments shall be removed from the test piece after each impact.

  4. After each impact, the test piece shall be checked for penetration by the impactor. A test piece shall be regarded as being penetrated if the impactor has completely pass through the test piece before five seconds has elapsed since the time of impact.

  5. After each impact, the test piece shall also be examined for signs of slippage from the clamping frame. The test is invalid if any edge of the test piece has moved more than 5mm in the clamping frame. If this is the case, then the prevent slippage, this shall be stated in the test report and the type test attestation.

Result:

BS EN356 P5A

Application:

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Keywords:

Toughen glass, Safety Glass, Strengthen Glass, Stratobel Security Burglary

 

FIRE TEST / SURFACE SPREAD OF FLAME

BS 476 PART 7:1997

for Art Laminated Glass

Certification:

BS 476 Part 7:1997 Incorporating Corrigendum No.1:2014 “Fire tests on building materials and structures Part 7: Method of test to determine the classification of the surface spread of flame of products”.

Standard:

BS 476 Part 7:1997 Standard was developed under procedures accredited as meeting the criteria for European standard.

Tested Material:

fabric mesh laminated glass

Process:

Prior to testing, the sample was conditioned to constant mass at a
temperature of 23 ± 2 °C, and a relative humidity of 50 ± 10 %, and
maintained in this condition until required for testing.

Result:

Class 1

Application:

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Keywords:

Fire-resistan glass, Safety Glass, Anti-fire Glass.

 

ADHESION TEST OF COATINGS

ISO 2409:2013

for GP Art Graphic Printing Glass

Certification:

ISO 2409:2013 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 35, Paints and varnishes, Subcommittee SC 9, General test methods for paints and varnishes.

Standard:

ISO 2409:2013 Standard was developed under procedures accredited as meeting the criteria for the International Organization for Standardization.

Tested Material:

GP Art Graphic Printing Glass

Process:

In a cross-cut test six parallel cuts are applied using a template and defined cutter, down to the underlying surface, but without damaging it. The distance between the cuts is 1-3mm, depending on the coat thickness of the coating.
After this, six further cuts are applied at right angles, resulting in an even rectangular pattern.
All loose particles in the area of the cross cut are removed with a soft brush.

The test surface is then assessed by comparing with images in the table, depending on distance, cross-cut values of 0 to 5 are determined.
In the case of a multi-layer system it is also stated in which of the layers separation occurs.

Result:

Adhesion classification 2

Application:

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Keywords:

coating certification

 

SOLVENT RESISTANCE RUB TEST

ASTM D4752-10(2015)

for GP Art Graphic Printing Glass

Certification:

ASTM D4752-10(2015) Specification for coating Performance Requirements for the Flat Safety Glass and Safety Plastics for use in Buildings

Standard:

ASTM D4752-10(2015) Standard was developed under procedures accredited as meeting the criteria for ASTM International.

Tested Material:

GP Art Graphic Printing Glass

Process:

After sanding, soak a piece of cloth in Glasurit 352-50 or -91 Reducer and rub over the sand-through. If one or more of the paint layers swell, dissolve or become tacky, then they are solvent-sensitive.

Result:

ratting 3

Application:

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Keywords:

coating certification.

 

LIGHT AGEING TEST - UV EXPOSURE

ASTM G154-16 Cycle 1

for GP Art Graphic Printing Glass

Certification:

ASTM G154-16 Cycle 1 & ISO 105-A02:1993/ Cor.2:2005

Standard:

ASTM D4752-10(2015) Standard was developed under procedures accredited as meeting the criteria for ASTM International.

ISO 105-A02:1993/ Cor.2:2005 standard was developed under procedures accredited as meeting the criteria International Organization for Standardization.

Tested Material:

GP Art Graphic Printing Glass

Process:

exposing the glass in the specific exposure cycle showed below:

  • ASTM G154-16 Cycle 1

  • Lamp type: UV-340

  • 8h UV at (60±3)°C BPT, 0.89W/(m²·nm)@340nm

  • 4h condensation at (50±3)°C BPT

Exposure duration: 100h.

 

Result:

No other visual change

Application:

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Keywords:

coating certification, exposure.

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