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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It neither split into large sharp pieces like the annealed glass nor into small round pieces like the tempered glass.
The lamp has no ballast, which reduces lamp weight, an impact resistant tube shield with specially designed annealed glass and an aluminum hook for easy overhead mounting.
Inspired by the softly swaying dune grasses by the seaside, the Sea Grass Table is made with handgathered stones smoothed by the ocean, solid aluminum rods, natural granite and an annealed glass top.
Standard single plies of annealed glass and GGfA chemically treated glass were subjected to the manual cleaning method with the dust on the surface, and then this cleaned surface was evaluated in ring-on-ring loading to determine retained strengths and failure loads.
compared with conventional annealed glass laminate.
The GT's windshield is coupled with Corning's alkali-aluminosilicate glass with a thermoplastic layer and another panel of traditional annealed glass.
Smaller, simpler buildings can cover two-thirds of the vents with annealed glass and leave the rest open, which will cost roughly $500 to $2,000 and can be installed in-house.
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.
A negative value for the magnitude of the change of the refractive index is indicative of an almost perfectly annealed glass, such as optical glass.
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.