Glass for Table Working
T253-T256 (4 pages)
In May last the Society had appointed a committee to deal with the problem of table-working glass, and a considerable amount of information had been collected but experimental work had been delayed pending the formation of the Research Association. The author might however be permitted to express his own views on the subject. The problem was largely one of furnace practice, for British glass tubing too often bore, evidence of the fact that the glass had not been founded at a sufficiently high temperature. He would urge manufacturers to' adopt small tanks and gas-fired furnaces for the manufacture of table-working glass tubing. Most direct-fired and semi-gas-fired furnaces could be converted for gas-firing without difficulty. In this respect our manufacturers must get abreast of the times.
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