Hartley Williams
Email: info@hartleywilliams.com.au
Hartley Williams, 32 Kremzow Rd, Brendale 4500, Brisbane, Australia - 07 3881 1978

HOTLINE FLOAT GLASS POWDERS & FRITS

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With Hotline Glass Powders and Frits the glasswork worker has a colourful palette of compatible products for decorating float glass.

The COe 82 x 10-7ºC (Co-efficient of expansion) is not compatible with art glass colours that usually have a range of 90 through 104. Hotline Powders and Frit are available in 250gm jars.

RECOMMENDED WORKING TEMPERATURES AND TIMES
Fusing
Tack Fusing
Slumping
Annealing
850ºC
780ºC
700ºC
520ºC
Soak, full fuse 20min.
Soack, tack fuse 10-20min.



Float Glass is produced by moving the melted glass over a bed of molten tin. This process leaves an invisible tin coating on one side. The tinned side should be determined and must face up when using Hotline Glass Powders and Frits. For determining the tinned side of float glass a Tin Scope (cat no. 52180) or other suitable light sources should be used for detecting the tinned side of glass.
 
52180 Glass Kiln Accessories Mini Tin Scope - 159 x 53 x 25mm
A battery powered decector to determine the tin side of float glass sheets. Place the short wave UV window against the glass. The tin side will be foggy and the reverse side will be clear. Powered by 4 AA batteries Pricing