Gas Firing and the Glass Industry JSGT_V01_T223--T238
Gas firing is an advance on the direct application of coal for heating purposes in which many of the industries are rightly interested, including the glass industry. Since the war began the use of high-grade gas for all such purposes has increased rapidly on account of the ease and rapidity of installation and the exact control and freedom from dust and dirt in any form which can be secured in operations. This progress is likely to be steadily continuous in a number of directions when the war is over, for reasons which I have attempted to specify, and it will be hastened if we can only secure that the new standards which must inevitably be adopted for public gas supplies are placed upon a more rational and scientific basis
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