Imaginative use of insulating and silk screened glass
Windmill Hill is an imaginative collection of low-rise, high quality office buildings set in beautifully landscaped parklands overlooking the Wiltshire countryside. The offices are also connected by a network of gravel pathways and tree-lined walks.
Ceraphic screen printed toughened glass
Hansen Ceraphic is a screen printed, toughened glass designed to provide decoration, obscuration and/or light control.
HansenGlass Ceraphic is produced by screen printing. The process uses a squeegee to deposit ceramic ink through a cloth mesh which may be masked for form a pattern of ink. The ink is oven dried and the glass is then subjected to a heating a cooling cycle, during which the enamel ink is fired into the glass surface and the glass is toughened.
Glass can be passed through the screen printing process several times, allowing multiple colours and patterns to be applied to a glass panel.
ThermoCool insulating glazing units
HansenGlass ThermoCool insulating glass units are high performance hermetically silicone sealed multiple glazing units, and can fulfil many requirements placed upon modern glazing.
Light comfort is achieved when the quantity, quality and distribution of the light meet the needs of the activity being undertaken.
The ThermoCool architectural frameless glass system is available in a variety of colours and widths and are available with the option of inert gas filling.