Ablating liquefaction method

Glass manufacturing – Processes – Fining or homogenizing molten glass

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65 27, 65134, 65335, 65337, 23308R, 266213, C03B 510

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ABSTRACT:
Converting thermally meltable materials to a liquefied state is carried out on a support surface of the unmelted material. As liquefied material is drained from the surface, additional unmelted material is fed onto the surface to maintain a substantially constant layer of the unmelted material.

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