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Patent glazing- Building construction TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: INTRODUCTION HISTORY TYPES OF PATENT GLAZING DETAILS CASE STUDY MARKET STUDY SAFETY ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT Click to edit Master subtitle style NAMES OF THE MANUFACTURERS Nainesh Saidane Survarna Omkar Nilekar Vaishali Sahu Apurva Kapadia londhe Ankit Suthar Janki Venkataraman Kartik Patel Shail Bajaria Surbhi Ostwal Jayesh Meher Yash Mehta Apurva Preshita Shinde Aditi Yadav Ravindra Swami Khyati Dossa Mayuri Kandalgaonka
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  Click to edit Master subtitle style3/18/12     Patent glazing- Buildingconstruction Nainesh Saidane Janki Venkataraman Yash Mehta ApurvaSurvarnaOmkar Nilekar Kartik Patel Preshita Shinde Aditi YadavVaishali Sahu Shail Bajaria Ravindra Swami Khyati DossaApurva Kapadia Surbhi Ostwal Mayuri Kandalgaonkar SiddhantlondheAnkit Suthar Jayesh Meher Zoya Qureshi Ajinkya Mane  TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE THEFOLLOWING : INTRODUCTIONHISTORYTYPES OF PATENT GLAZINGDETAILSCASE STUDYMARKET STUDYSAFETYENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTNAMES OF THEMANUFACTURERS  Click to edit Master subtitle style3/18/12     ã applications of this popular glazingsystem are found extensively in railwaystations, shopping malls, atria, schools,canopies, conservatory roofs and northlight glazing. ã It consists essentially of a series of    longitudinal supportingmembers (glazing bars), and aninfilling of glass or other suitablematerials. ã Patent glazing bars are attached to andsupported upon suitable structuralsteel or timber members providedby other trades. INTRODUCTIO ----WHAT IS PATENTGLAZING?  3/18/12    3/18/12     ã founded in 1902 and srcinated fromVictorian enterprise. ã First, lead covered glazing bar wereused as they were low onmaintenance and cheap. ã  The lead bars were then replacedby aluminium bars in the late 50’s ã  These aluminium bars were in a‘mill finished’ or untreated finishedstate. ã In the late 60’s ‘finishing’ wasintroduced which included Anodizingand Powder coating on aluminiumbars. HISTO
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