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Trust an Experienced and Licensed Glass Designer

Glass Designs is your One Stop Solution for all your Design needs. We are a team of Engineers, Surveyors and Builders to provide you with a complete building solution.

We are committed to a belief in the relevance of the body of contemporary architecture theory and criticism.

We can make
ANY
glass panel shape

The forming machines hold and move the parts that form the container. The machine consist of basic 19 mechanisms in operation to form a bottle and generally powered by compressed air (high pressure - 3.2 bar and low pressure - 2.8 bar), the mechanisms are electronically timed to coordinate all movements of the mechanisms.
Glass containers are 100% inspected; automatic machines, or sometimes persons, inspect every container for a variety of faults. Typical faults include small cracks in the glass called checks and foreign inclusions called stones which are pieces of the refractory brick lining of the melting furnace that break off and fall into the pool of molten glass, or more commonly oversized silica granules (sand) that have failed to melt and which subsequently are included in the final product. These are especially important to select out due to the fact that they can impart a destructive element to the final glass product. For example, since these materials can withstand large amounts of thermal energy, they can cause the glass product to sustain thermal shock resulting in explosive destruction when heated. Other defects include bubbles in the glass called blisters and excessively thin walls. Another defect common in glass manufacturing is referred to as a tear. In the press and blow forming, if a plunger and mould are out of alignment, or heated to an incorrect temperature, the glass will stick to either item and become torn. In addition to rejecting faulty containers, inspection equipment gathers statistical information and relays it to the forming machine operators in the hot end. Computer systems collect fault information and trace it to the mould that produced the container.

WE BUILD GREAT STUFFS HERE

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Project On Time

Call us for repairs, remodeling, and new installations. Satisfaction Guaranteed!

Glass shower enclosures
Windows / window repairs
Glass doors / sliding glass doors
Glass table tops
Glass shelving
Mirrors / wall mirrors

Commercial Glass

New construction
Tenant improvements
Glass doors / entrance
Safety glass
Glass railings
Plate glass
Showcases / shelves

Quality Materials

Our commercial glass team is experienced with all commercial glass projects.

Glass storefronts
New construction
Tenant improvements
Glass doors / entrance
Safety glass
Glass railings
Plate glass
Showcases / shelves

Shower Enclosures/Doors

We are the experts with custom shower enclosures and custom glass shower doors. Give us a call to set up a free estimate.

Seamless shower doors
Frameless shower doors
Custom shower enclosures
Steam showers
Sliding shower doors

OUR PHILOSOPHY

We design buildings that enrich people’s lives—places of lasting significance that appeal as fully to the spirit as to the intellect and ethics.

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JOHN DOE

Glass Artisan

John Glassmaker, Glass Inc.’s founder and primary designer. His career began at a young age in his father’s glass shop in Window, Oregon

SIMON LEE

Assistant Glassworker

John Glassmaker, Glass Inc.’s founder and primary designer. His career began at a young age in his father’s glass shop in Window, Oregon
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MIKE SMITH

Architect

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"Working with Architect and their team was a pleasure. They balanced the architectural vision and the project realities beautifully, had a deep understanding of our priorities, and operated responsively and professionally to all matters. "

-James Smith, Hub Tech, Corp.

Contact Us

We LOVE Simple, Slick Buildings.

Headquarters:
123 New York Street
New York, NY 10001

Phone: (91) 1234 56789
Fax: (91) 11 2345 6789
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About Us

After the forming process, some containers—particularly those intended for alcoholic spirits—undergo a treatment to improve the chemical resistance of the inside, called internal treatment or dealkalization. This is usually accomplished through the injection of a sulfur- or fluorine-containing gas mixture into bottles at high temperatures. The gas is typically delivered to the container either in the air used in the forming process (that is, during the final blow of the container), or through a nozzle directing a stream of the gas into the mouth of the bottle after forming.

The treatment renders the container more resistant to alkali extraction, which can cause increases in product pH, and in some cases container degradation.

Our Mission

Glass containers are wholly recyclable and the glass industries in many countries retain a policy, sometimes required by government regulations, to maintain a high price on cullet to ensure high return rates. Return rates of 95% are not uncommon in the Nordic countries (Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland).

Return rates of less than 50% are usual in other countries.[citation needed] Of course glass containers can also be reused, and in developing countries this is common, however the environmental impact of washing the container as against remelting them is uncertain. Factors to consider here are the chemicals and fresh water used in the washing, and the fact that a single-use container can be made much lighter, using less than half the glass (and therefore energy content) of a multiuse container. Also, a significant factor in the developed world's consideration of reuse are producer concerns over the risk and consequential product liability of using a component (the reused container) of unknown and unqualified safety. How glass containers compare to other packaging types (plastic, cardboard, aluminium) is hard to say; conclusive lifecycle studies are yet to be produced.
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