Clear glass is produced by pouring the molten glass onto a large shallow bath of molten tin. Since the density of the glass is lighter than tin, the glass will “float” on the tins surface. The thickness of the glass is determined by the speed upon which the solidifying glass is drawn off the bath. It is then passed through to the lehr, where the glass is cooled and finally materializes into one extended continuous ribbon. The production of tinted glass follows the same routine, with the addition of small quantities of metal oxides.

Clear Float Glass

Thickness Sheet Size
2mm 920 x 1220
2mm Non Reflective 920 x 1220
3mm 1220 x 1830
1525 x 2440
4mm 953 x 1525
1220 x 1525
1525 x 2440
1830 x 2440
2440 x 3660
5mm 1830 x 2440
2440 x 3660
6mm 1830 x 2440
2440 x 3660
10mm 2440 x 3660
12mm 2440 x 3660

Starphire (Low Iron) Glass

Also know as “ultra clear” glass.

Thickness Sheet Size
6mm 2440 x 3660