Heat Soaking Services from Consolidated Glass
Consolidated Glass now offers heat soaking services to detect nickel sulfide inclusions that can cause fractures and onsite breakage of tempered glass. During the heat soaking test, 95 percent of glass with NiS will be destroyed within the heat soak chamber, ensuring it never makes it onsite, the company reports. Glass with NiS failure can cause an array of problems and hazards, including personal injury due to falling glass and disruption of business while repairs are being made. The heat soaking process used by Consolidated Glass complies with European standards EN:14179-1:2005.Consolidated Glass Corp.