GlassFire has become a touchstone in the national market for the production of fire-resistant glass doors and windows. Moreover, during its twenty-year activity, it has increased its skills and competence in the field of fireproof glass doors and windows, certified, at present, according to the European rules EN1634-1 and EN1364-1.
The company boasts a relevant operational capacity; it is equipped with specific machinery and has high-rated technical resources. Its highly professional employees constantly update their knowledge upon laws and technical innovation, thus granting advice and support to the customer.
Our mission is proposing solutions for any kind of problem concerning safeness and fire prevention, supporting our customer in every step of the whole project, from planning to installing. The company’s reliability and competence grant accuracy for its products and services. During the years, the company has specialized in implementing small and big projects, both in the public and the private field.
The fireproof glass doors and windows are made by joining steel or aluminum profiles and glass, which gives transparency. The stratified glasses, CE mark no 0370-CPD-1162, are made with a special intumescent gel, which, in case of fire, mattes and creates an isolating shield against heat and smoke, as long as it is granted by its resistance class.
The main objective of our company is satisfying our customers, i.e. supplying valid technical advice for the best fulfilling of every need; keeping them informed of each step of our work, from planning to building, from assembling to post-sale and granting the best product, derived from an endless research for the best materials on the national and foreign markets.
Today GlassFire srl is well-established in its field, proposing itself concretely on the market; its members are most of all engineers, technicians and production units. Every day new products, ideas and materials are planned and tested in the laboratories to create new technological solutions and meet the requirements of the buildings of the third millennium.