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Glazing Vision Ltd

Sawmills Road
United Kingdom
IP22 4RG
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Tel +44 (0)1379 658300 Overview
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Glazing Vision Ltd


Glazing Vision are technical experts in the design and manufacture of architectural glass rooflights, we are on the cutting edge of rooflight design and our products can be found on rooftops across Europe, Australia and the United States.

We offer a range of standard rooflights encompassing a variety of applications, from simple fixed rooflights to more complex sliding rooflights and access configurations. As well as stock products, we custom-build rooflights to order to ensure the perfect fit to any architectural design.

Our rooflight design ethos is ‘minimise framework, maximise daylight’ and we aim to fulfil this promise with every product we manufacture.

Innovative design is often the result of inspiring architecture, we work directly with architectural practices of all different sizes all over the world. This collaborative approach ensures that product selection is optimised so our clients achieve outstanding resu...

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CPD Material (6)

Multiple CPD formats
The New Approved Document L: Effects On The Specification Of Rooflights And Roof Glazing
In 2021, changes were made to Building Regulations: Approved Document L – Conservation of Fuel and Power which has affected building work on both new and existing buildings in England from 15th June 2022 in a bid to help the UK reach its net zero carbon emission target by 2050. This CPD takes you through the key points of the most recent changes to the Approved Document in relation to rooflights and roof glazing, discussing topics such as U-values, changes to upstand requirements, the differences between roof windows and rooflights, SAP calculations and notional buildings, and where you can find supporting material.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Guide to Specifying Non-fragile Glass in Rooflights
This CPD will discuss the different classifications of glass and the tests involved. Topics covered include HSE Background and Statistics, CWCT Glass Classification, Class 0,1, 2 and 3 and tests for non-fragility as defined in the Advisory Committee for Roof Safety’s (ACR) Red Book (ACR[M]001). By the end of the CPD you should have a greater understanding of:
- Industry Statistics and the importance of safety when specifying glass in rooflights
- The different rooflight specifications - TN66 TN67 TN92
- The differences between Classification 0,1, 2 and 3
- The tests which make up the different glass classifications
- When TN92 applies
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Approved Document K and Access Rooflights
This seminar looks at the specification of rooflights and the requirements of Building Regulations Approved Document K: Protection from Falling Collision and Impact. It will help you to understand the following topics:
- How the requirements of Approved Document K may affect specification of access rooflights
- The types of product available, suitable applications and how intended use will determine product selection
- Roof detailing and how products are integrated into the building fabric
- Glass specification, safety expectations and security
- Logistics considerations
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Approved Document Q and Rooflight Specification
This CPD covers the introduction of Building Regulations Approved Document Q: Security in Dwellings. It will help you to understand where this Approved Document applies to rooflights. This presentation will help you to understand the following topics:
- What an Approved Document is
- The scope of Approved Document Q in relation to rooflights
- Factors that affect the specification of rooflights
- Accepted safety test standards for glass and which ones are most applicable to rooflights
- Typical glass specifications to comply with Approved Document Q
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Using Rooflights to Unlock Light, Air and Space
This seminar will cover:

- Classification and relevant standards of rooflights
- Glass considerations and some specialist glasses that can be used in rooflights
- Testing requirements and thermal performance
- Various opening rooflight options on the market
- Installation and maintenance considerations
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar


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