EVOCLEAN is a safety glass with a special treatment applied to surfaces which may be exposed to corrosive agents or limestone deposits. The ultra thin, perfectly transparent, colourless and chemically inert EVOCLEAN treatment forms a hydrophobic and antistatic, micro-organism resistant coating, which is self-cleaning, or easy to clean using non-polluting methods.
Ordinary glass is prone to deterioration and aging where continuous contact with hard water soap and moisture (etc) is concerned. The EVOCLEAN coating is completely invisible and cannot be removed with water or cleaning agents, not even via the use of high pressure equipment.
Features of EVOCLEAN:
– Abrasion resistant
– No negative influence on the visual aspect, completely transparent and invisible with the naked eye.
– Strongly hydrophobic and oleophobic
– Resistant to cleaning
– Resistance to temperature variations
No matter how much you try to keep shower cubicle glass clean, due to the fact that hard water, soap and daily cleaning agents cause a corrosive chemical reaction which attacks the surface of the glass, it eventually discolours and shows traces that cannot be removed.
EVOCLEAN provides long-lasting, hygienic protection and is applied to the surfaces of windows, glass facades, mirrors and windscreens.
All glass surfaces, including EVOLAM T glass railings , treated with EVOCLEAN are far less vulnerable to limescale and dirt deposits, making cleaning and maintenance effortless. The same advantage can be seen in the case of ventilated facades, in which case the cleaning and maintenance process is otherwise very expensive.
EVOCLEAN Maximum size: 2400 mm x 4000 mm
Thicknesses of between 4 mm and 19 mm, or EVOLAM – up to 80 mm thickness
Any type of safety glass, clear float, ultra clear (low-iron) or coloured.
Minimum dimensions: 250 mm x 250 mm.
APPLICABLE STANDARDS, TOLERANCES AND PRODUCT ASSESSMENT
EN 12150.1 – Thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass
EN 12150.2 – Thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass. Evaluation of conformity. Product standard
EN 12600 – Glass in building. Pendulum test. Impact test method and classification for float glass
The tolerances of this product are described in the “Tolerances Handbook of Glas Expert Products and Services” available to you when making an order.