Table of options: MONO single glazing
The table below will help you select the MONO single-glazing system which best suits your historic property, and there’s also guidance on how to choose the right period glass.
We offer 2 types of single-glazing system:
Rebate size required
Approx weight kg/m2
|Safety options||Historic glass types available|
|MONO Laminate||Float glass 9-10
|5×16.5mm||3.6||34dB||Float glass 23.75
|MONO RT+||4mm||5×11.5mm||3.6||10||On request||N||Y||N|
|Standard single glazing||3-5mm||5×11.5mm||5.6-5.8||N/A||7.5-12.5mm|
All MONO RT+ glazing is always toughened, but supplied without Kitemark stamp to keep the visual interference in existing windows as low as possible.
(separate certification of toughening to standard can be provided)
* Safety Pendulum Class 1B1 (BS EN 12600), Safety P1A-P2A (BS EN 356)
- For MONO (not MONO RT+), choose between hand-drawn glass, cylinder glass or float glass.
- Our float glass has a microscopically fine low-emissivity (low-E) coating, which cuts radiant heat loss.
- Float glass can be clear or obscured for privacy purposes.
A word about putty
Please ask about our high-quality non-linseed-based sealant and putty.
Would Thin Double Glazing be a better option?
Histoglass offers a superb range of slimline double-glazing units designed to fit the existing windows in period properties, from pre-Georgian through Victorian to twentieth-century buildings. Find out about Thin Double Glazing.