Tag Archives: Georgian wired polycarbonate

London Victoria Station Porte Cochere

We recently reglazed the porte cochere at Victoria Station using our aluminium-framed Multi-Link-Panel fitted with our Georgian wired polycarbonate glazing.  This virtually unbreakable glazing mimics the traditional Georgian wired glass that would have been fitted to the three roofing areas when it was first built, but it has all the many benefits of polycarbonate, as… Read More »

Visit our stand at Materials 2017 next week

Materials 2017 looks like being a very interesting show where we will be demonstrating our innovative Georgian wired polycarbonate glazing, the virtually unbreakable modern day alternative to traditional Georgian wired glass.  We haven’t exhibited for some years and are looking forward to saying hello to everyone who visits us – Pod 7 at the ILEC… Read More »

Porte Cochere, Victoria Station London

For over twenty years we have been supplying our Multi-Link-Panel roof glazing products into railway stations across the UK.  These products are incredibly quick to install so are a popular choice for rail installation that usually relies on limited possession times.  Recently we refurbished the roof of the Porte Cochere at Victoria Station in London… Read More »

Polycarbonate Glazing

Here at Twinfix we stock and use Makrolon polycarbonate.  This is a high quality, optically clear extruded glazing sheet manufactured in clean-room conditions by Covestro AG, a subsidiary of Bayer AG, in Germany.  As with all of our product range, we aim to use and offer the finest polycarbonate available in the marketplace. We stock… Read More »

Georgian Wired (GW) Polycarbonate Data Sheet

We have just launched a new Data Sheet featuring our 6mm solid Georgian Wired (GW) Polycarbonate.   This stippled surface polycarbonate glazing mimics traditional Georgian wired glass and provides specifiers, installers and users with all the modern-day, safety benefits of glazing with polycarbonate in heritage buildings.  So, if you have problems with failed Georgian wired… Read More »