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Glass Application Notes

Application Note - GLASS TEMPERINGTEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT IN GLASS TEMPERING

Tempered glass – sometimes called toughened or safety glass – is glass which has been heat-treated and then rapidly cooled, in a controlled manner, in an air quench section. This process makes the glass much more resilient than plain flat glass.

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Application Note - Glass Tank Refractory MonitoringGLASS TANK REFRACTORY MONITORING

The condition of glass furnace refractories is vitally important to safety and process efficiency, especially
towards the end of the life of the tank. Deterioration of the refractories can increase fuel costs, and may
cause glass break-outs or refractory failure.

 

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Float Glass Plant Behind the Lehr Application NoteTEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT IN THE AIR-COOLING ZONES DOWNSTREAM OF THE LEHR ON A FLOAT GLASS PLANT

Accurately measuring and controlling the cooling rates along the length of the glass ribbon and thermal profile across the width within the annealing lehr is common practice. However, with ever-increasing demand for quality, measuring and controlling the cooling rates in the air-cooling zones is becoming necessary to attain the float glass quality during the production of glass that is thinner or thicker than standard glass (window glass).

 
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