Glass manufacturing – With fluid support for article or preform
651823, 651825, 6537413, 65355, 65 992, C03B 1816, C03B 1818, C03B 1822
A tin float bath with an entirely new heat-insulating bath roof comprising two parts, first, an elongated steel chamber of an inverted U-shape fabrication with sinusoidal-layered ceramic fiber blankets and ceramic fiber boards and, second, side-mounted or top-mounted parallel automatic recuperative natural gas burners. The controlled cooling of the flat glass is accomplished with no problems of contaminating the bath atmosphere, the flat glass or the molten tin.
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Gessler Herbert A.
Gessler Matthew A.
Gessler, II Herbert A.
Griffin Steven P.
Jones W. Gary
Raynovich, Jr. George
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