BOS ProTec

ProTec Sports hall ball-resistant and school corridor glass and frames

ProTec Sports hall ball-resistant and school corridor glass and frames


Glass installations in sports halls need to withstand fist, foot, hand, shoulder and full body impact and hockey, football, tennis or volleyballs. Depending on the installation situation, one of two variants can be selected.

Class 1:

  • Limited impact resistance according to DIN 18032 Part 3.
  • Recommended for use in applications demanding impact resistance on a lower level, for example in gymnasiums and other areas where low energy ball games are played. Suitable for use in school corridors and day care centres.

Class 2:

  • ProTec ball-proof glazing withstands ball throws and is not deformed or damaged by them.
  • In multipurpose halls or sports halls where high energy ball games (e.g. hand ball and tennis) are played.

Note:

Behind goals or other areas where there is a risk of frequent and extreme mechanical impact, the absorbers should be protected by having a net, wall bars or similar, mounted in front of them.

The standard glazing for ball-resistant ProTec® elements is a laminated safety glass (LSG). The glass supplied provides comprehensive security. Additionally, depending on the environment, other types of glass such as toughened safety glass (TSG) and insulating glass made of LSG and ESG can be used.

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