Hanger for the Ministry of Defence, United Kingdom
The Ministry of Defence chose Monoglass to convert some rather large sheds into workshops to maintain and repair tanks. Although the buildings they had were certainly large enough, they were not suitable in other areas; the buildings were cold in winter, too hot in summer, noisy to work in and very dark and dismal. The application of Monoglass® remedied these problems.
Building FC2 Canary Wharf Project, London, United Kingdom
This massive Reichman Bros. Project has been many years in the creation. Almost 15 years in the making, it has become a large urban live/work environment, now populated with some of the world’s most prestigious companies.
Monoglass was used for thermal protection of Mauritius Telecommunication’s sensitive electronic equipment.
Marine insulation is big business in The Netherlands
Monoglass is popular for marine applications in The Netherlands, where it is used in freighters, pleasure crafts and warships. Because it is non-combustible, Monoglass has been approved for marine use in The Netherlands by Lloyds Register.
Heritage Building Renovation, The Netherlands
Old plaster ceilings were given an attractive new finish with Monoglass, while greatly reducing the noise reverberation problems within this heritage building.
London School for mainstream & deaf children
Monoglass was chosen for acoustic insulation in this school project. The school caters to children with hearing difficulties therefore first class sound attenuation was essential.
Existing Rope Manufacturing Plant, Kaohsuing, Taiwan
This existing factory was quickly and easily insulatd with Monoglass, greatly improving temperature and noise control in one application.
Office Building, Taiwan
Monoglass was applied over the fireproofing on the parking and loading area ceilings, insulating the occupied spaces above from outside temperatures.
Can manufacturing plant, Hoorn, Netherlands
The underside of the metal roof was sprayed with Monoglass for acoustic control in the manufacturing areas.