The Critical Role of Industrial Gases in Float Glass Production

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Float glass production has been relatively unchanged for more than 60 years, but the final product has changed dramatically from a single equilibrium thickness of 6.8 mm, to today’s range from sub-millimeter to 25 mm, exhibiting almost optical perfection.

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