Articles from July 2022

Reducing Your Carbon Footprint One Step At A Time

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The signs of global climate change have been visible for decades. Some haven’t noticed; many see but choose to ignore it; yet, a few are paying attention and taking bold steps to tackle the negative impact of climate change.

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Do You Need a Subject Matter Expert (SME)?

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The market is full of engineering companies, equipped with computer programs to assist in the design and modeling of your plant or process.

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Non-destructive control of fused cast AZS for high-quality glass melting - Part 1 of 2

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How can efficient non-destructive control of fused cast AZS support high-quality glass melting?

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Maintaining schedule on a greenfield glass plant despite Covid-19

NSG Article 1

The NSG Group is in the final stages of completing a turnkey float plant in Luckey, Ohio. Construction began in the second quarter of 2019 and production will start at the end of 2020. The $265 million, 511,000ft2 facility, will melt 600 tons per-day of transparent ...

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A True Veteran of the Glass Industry

Quinn Glass

Christopher J. Hoyle, Senior Vice President – Technical Director, has been a part of the TECO family for 21 years and has served the glass industry for 41 years.

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Radiant Heating Systems In Glass Applications

Ro Man Manufacturing Inc 1

Radiant heat is employed in many sectors of the glass industry to control cooling of a material during the part of the process where direct contact of the glass is not viable. The use of radiant heat covers a large range of temperatures and often requires ...

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Is Your Weighing System Accurate?

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This article is intended to provide а practical, and applications-oriented discussion of the issues involved in weigh system accuracy, and how to estimate the accuracy а particular system might achieve.

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Economic Solutions of Ownership

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What is the right material for this application? Who should be responsible for this portion or that portion? Where should we set the limits of the scope of supply? How can we lower the installed cost? How can we reduce the delivered cost?

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Furnaces for Low Iron Solar Glass

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Low iron glasses for solar PV (photovoltaic) applications are generally characterized by the following physical and chemical properties:

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Maintaining schedule on a greenfield glass plant despite Covid-19

GI Cover October 2020

The NSG Group’s Todd Huffman* discusses the new Luckey flat glass plant and the collaboration with the TECO Group as they faced the challenges the year 2020 presented with regards to the Covid pandemic.

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