RESTOVER<sup>®</sup> German Historical Museum Berlin
RESTOVER®Special energy-efficient windows in the German Historical Museum Berlin

SCHOTT RESTOVER®Accurate in style and true to the times

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Historical in form, innovative in function

Restoring historical monuments is a delicate task in which every aesthetic nuance is important. SCHOTT’s Glasses for Restoration provide the wide range of materials that architects need to do the job right. Manufactured using the traditional Fourcault process, the look of the glass is based on historical window glasses from different eras.

RESTOVER®

RESTOVER® resembles the window glass manufactured at the turn of the century. Its minimal thickness makes it easy to install in historical window frames and fittings. While the surface of RESTOVER® light glass is slightly less irregular, RESTOVER® plus glass has a much more irregular surface structure and resembles mouth-blown glass.

Key facts

  • RESTOVER® glass for buildings from the early 1900s
  • Also available with enhanced UV protection
  • A wide variety of processing options (e.g. as laminated glass, with coatings or as insulating glass units)

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SCHOTT enhances restoration glazing by integrating proven modern solutions, such as heat insulation-, sun-, UV-protection, secure overhead mounting, burglar resistance, soundprotection, which were unknown at the time of construction.

For additional information, please contact us.

SCHOTT North America, Inc.
Architecture

555 Taxter Road
Elmsford, NY 10523
USA

 +1 (914)831-2240
 +1 (914)831-2346

Historical in form, innovative in function

Restoring historical monuments is a delicate task in which every aesthetic nuance is important. SCHOTT’s Glasses for Restoration provide the wide range of materials that architects need to do the job right. Manufactured using the traditional Fourcault process, the look of the glass is based on historical window glasses from different eras.

RESTOVER®

RESTOVER® resembles the window glass manufactured at the turn of the century. Its minimal thickness makes it easy to install in historical window frames and fittings. While the surface of RESTOVER® light glass is slightly less irregular, RESTOVER® plus glass has a much more irregular surface structure and resembles mouth-blown glass.
SCHOTT’s Glasses for Restoration are the best choice for the faithful restoration of historical buildings from various eras – mimicking the appearance of the original glazing materials – RESTOVER® glass for buildings dating from the early 1900s.
  • RESTOVER® glass for buildings from the early 1900s
  • Also available with enhanced UV protection
  • A wide variety of processing options (e.g. as laminated glass, with coatings or as insulating glass units)
SCHOTT enhances restoration glazing by integrating proven modern solutions, such as heat insulation-, sun-, UV-protection, secure overhead mounting, burglar resistance, soundprotection, which were unknown at the time of construction.

For additional information, please contact us.

SCHOTT North America, Inc.
Architecture

555 Taxter Road
Elmsford, NY 10523
USA

 +1 (914)831-2240
 +1 (914)831-2346