annealed glass

annealed glass

Glass created by a process that moves it, in a molten form, along a long oven where it is heated and then slowly cooled under controlled conditions, emerging as a flat, “fire polished” glass product.
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Using a clear PERFECT 70 window film against clear annealed glass, the first part of the demonstration allows users to visualize the advantages of using good window films to filter heat from the solar spectrum, without significant loss of visible light.
The lamp housings are formed from copper free aluminum with a heavy duty globe guard and aluminum hanging hook, and an annealed glass globe guard protects the LED lamp assembly from impacts or accidental dropping.
In the industry it is discussed whether CSP solar mirrors made from tempered or annealed glass achieve a better overall performance.
This behavior is expected for short aging times when the poorly annealed glass displays what is called an upper peak during the heating scan, which remains invariant on annealing, as theoretically shown by Ramos et al.
Annealed glass explodes like a shotgun, scattering tiny shards in a wide pattern.
The resulting pane is four times as strong as annealed glass and, if shattered, breaks into rounded non-sharp pieces.
The exterior lite consists of a 3/32" thick annealed glass panel.
The housing on this unit is a non sparking aluminum design with molded bumper guards, an annealed glass tube shield, and integral lamp shock absorbers for extreme resistance to damage from impacts and abusive applications.
One panel was of annealed glass, 5 were heat-strengthened, 5 were fully tempered and 5 were of safety glass (Table 1).
Daylight and sunlight effects were examined with a model in an artificial sun and sky; as a result the 40m glass frontage, of 12mm laminated and 6mm annealed glass, is angled downwards to prevent reflections dazzling players.