Annealed Glass

The annealing of “float” (non-treated) glass is a process that involves slowly cooling hot glass objects after formation, to relieve any internal stresses created during the manufacturing process. The annealing of glass is crucial to the strength, durability and reliability of the finished product. Glass that has not been properly annealed can be likely to crack or shatter under small pressure, stress, or environmental changes. Available in Clear, Extra Clear (Low-Iron), Brown, Smoked.

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