Achieving the balance between design and practicality
As a bespoke glass processor, Romag is asked to develop new constructions of glass that push the boundaries of design capability but also have to adhere to strict security and safety standards.
To be able to achieve the delicate balance of design vs. practicality, Romag has an onsite testing facility for our security, architectural and rail glass products. The facility consists of a live firing range for BS EN 1063, a drop and impact test area for BS EN 356, and a high pressure velocity cannon for rail impact testing. The cannon room includes environmental testing and can be refridgerated to replicate arctic conditions, and heated to replicate desert conditions.
For project based work, particularly in the rail and transport markets, our clients are invited to witness the tests in action, to get a feel of how their design looks, but also to see how it performs in conditions.
To arrange a visit, contact our team by emailing email@example.com