The glass lites in certain entryways of more established structures, particularly in open offices worked during the 1970s, have what has all the earmarks of being chicken wire inside the glass. Wired glass was an early type of security coating, as the wire would get a significant part of the glass and keep it from falling. The glass was additionally regularly treated with a fire retardant to keep the glass from breakage whenever presented to high temperatures and the wire to hold it together on the off chance that it broke. This blend was an early kind of fire-appraised glass and shielded occupants from fire and conceivably smoke on the contrary side of the entryway. While it can effectively help shield tenants from a fire or certain different circumstances, wired glass itself can exhibit different perils. At the point when the glass encompassing the wires breaks, the uncovered wires can cause damage if an individual physically interacts with them. As glass security has advanced, the need and want for conventional wired glass has declined and different arrangements have gotten accessible.
Wired glass for louvre window and door