borosilicate glass


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borosilicate glass

[¦bȯ·rō′sil·ə·kət ′glas]
(materials)
A type of glass containing at least 5% boric oxide; used in glassware that resists heat.
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A double layer of extra strong borosilicate glass maintains the temperature of hot or cold beverages while protecting the hands in Bormioli Rocco's new coffee cup collection.
The introduction of Termisil products to the UAE market brings with it a wide range of Casseroles, Grill & Drop Casseroles, Roasters, Measuring Jugs, Borosilicate Glass Tea Pots, Cup & Saucers and Salad Bowls, with the aim of revolutionizing the way in which food and drink are handled, both inside the kitchen and out of it.
Borosilicate glass - commonly referred to by the brand name "Pyrex" - has been used for at least a generation here to fabricate marijuana bongs.
Made from 304 stainless steel, borosilicate glass and food-grade silicone, the teapot has a capacity of 11 ounces, or 2 cups of tea.
The structure is formed with Ruffner's characteristic lampworked (using a torch to melt and fuse glass), transparent borosilicate glass.
Construction is stainless steel and 5-mm-thick borosilicate glass.
The GlassVu loaders and receivers are modular in construction and are composed of stainless steel and tough, 5-mm-thick borosilicate glass sections.
Decision (2006)4790: lead used in connectors, fibre-optics, multilayer ceramic capacitors, plasma screens, black light bulbs, etc, lead alloys in transductors using high-power loudspeakers and lead and cadmium contained in printing screens for applying enamel to borosilicate glass (an exemption to be reviewed every four years);
Lead and cadmium in printing inks, for the application of enamels on borosilicate glass, will be allowed.
The light source itself is made from a borosilicate glass vial coated internally with a phosphor and filled with gaseous tritium (a mildly radioactive isotope of hydrogen).
The process started on July 12th, when lab staff began loading the 18,000 kilograms (20 tons) of borosilicate glass into the mirror mold (the loading process is shown in the photo).
Miami, and Chandelier--simple aluminium hoop supporting eight, 14 or 19 borosilicate glass diffusers.