|Surface treatment||Material thickness (mm)||Corrosivity category||UV resistance||Minimum order amount (m2)|
|Glass (high gloss)||6||C3||n/a||40|
Corrosivity categories describe the outdoor climate conditions in accordance with EN12944. The higher the category, the more corrosive environment.
Glass in use
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Facade cladding materials
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