Glazing

Many individual factors need to be taken into consideration when specifying your rooflight: thermal efficiency, light transmission, solar gain, fire classification, and noise reduction are just some of these factors. The glazing you choose will have a major impact on how your rooflight performs. Our range of bespoke glazed roofs is designed and manufactured to the very highest of standards, so you know that JET COX is a name you can trust.

With Coxdome Trade Range domes you can be assured the best of quality:

  • Manufactured from 3mm Polycarbonate
  • Double, Triple or Quadruple skin glazing
  • Clear, Obscure, Opal or Cool & Clear
  • CE Marking according to EN 1873
  • Class B Non-Fragile, ACR(M)001:2005 Soft Body Tested
  • TP(a) Classification (only achievable with minimum 3mm polycarbonate
  • B-s1-d0 Fire Classification according to BS EN15301:1 2007

For more information, please select the relevant section.

Specification - Light Transmission / U Values / G Values
Regulations - Glazing

The Trade Range Domes are manufactured in accordance with European Standards and hold full CE marking according to EN 1873.

Summary of Building Regulations- with reference to Glazing

Non Fragility ACR(M)001:2005 – ‘Test for the Fragility of Profiled Sheet Roofing Assemblies’ All Trade Range domes are classified ‘Class B Non-Fragile’, according to ACR(M)001:2005 and when tested, demonstrated full compliance with EN 1873, Soft Body Test, based on an impact energy of 1200 Joules.

Fire Classification EN 13501-1- ‘Fire Test to Building Material – Classification’ All Trade Range Rooflights are manufactured using minimum 3mm Polycarbonate. According to EN 13501-1, 3mm polycarbonate achieves B-s1-d0 and therefore attains Class 1 Certification. TP(a) is realised with a solid polycarbonate sheet minimum 3mm thick.