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World's Toughest Fire Resistant Glass To Be Manufactured In Indian.

India, April 3 -- Vetrotech Saint-Gobain (a unit of Saint-Gobain Glass), a manufacturer of fire resistant glasses, is all set to manufacture the "World's toughest fire resistant glass", Contraflam, in Chennai, India.

With a view to addressing the important need of fire protection material, Vetrotech Saint-Gobain has decided manufacturing its most advanced fire resistant glasses. Vetrotech Saint-Gobain is solely dedicated to R&D, testing, manufacturing, sales & marketing of Fire resistant glasses.

The new production line, situated within Saint-Gobain's "World Glass Complex" at Sriperumbudur, near Chennai, was inaugurated by Jean Pierre Floris, President, Innovative Material Sector, Saint-Gobain. This investment is part of a total investment of Rs 60 crores in the advanced glass solutions facility spanning an area of 90000sqft within the World Glass Complex.

Based on a specialized interlayered tempered glass technology, these Contraflam range of fire resistant glasses have been tested as per the most stringent international standards in a variety of applications.

These glasses have to be used as part of a tested system to get the right fire performance and hence Vetrotech Saint-Gobain has also tied up with various system providers to provide a complete "system solution" to customers.

Contraflam range of fire resistant glasses are suitable for use in hotels, refuge terraces of tall buildings, airports, hospitals, education institutions, data server rooms, malls and multiplexes, IT buildings, office spaces, any area that has to be compartmentalized and fire rated.

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Date:Apr 3, 2012
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