Guidelines for the Production of Heat-Treated Architectural Flat Glass - Downloadable Out of Stock
Guidelines for producing heat-treated glass
Heat-treated glass is used in many of today's architectural glazing applications where increased strength to resist glass breakage is desired. The process of heat-treating glass involves uniformly heating glass close to its softening temperature and then rapidly, and uniformly, cooling it. This bulletin gives guidelines to producing heat-treated glass. All purchases will be electronically accessed or delivered.