The Critical Role of Industrial Gases in Float Glass Production

glass production

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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