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Sheet Glass: The Manufacturing Process

17 November 2014
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Up through 1959, sheets of glass were made in one of two ways: either by casting large puddles of glass onto an iron surface and then polishing both sides once it cooled or by using rollers to draw a thin sheet of molten glass up vertically, which then cooled and stiffened as it rose. Both processes produced glass sheets that were nowhere near as smooth as the glass of today. In 1959, Alastair Pilkington introduced the process, now known as the Pilkington Process, that revolutionized the way glass was made. Read More …

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Not many things are more intimidating than dealing with cracked or damaged windows. Unfortunately, a few years ago I realized that my home's windows would need a full-scale replacement after a large storm did quite a number on the home. I contacted a few different businesses in the area, and I was able to find a place that offered so many different options for window glass. They came out, installed the new windows and glass accents, and even helped me to clean up window frames. This blog is all about choosing the best glass for all areas of your home.