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Flat Glass Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of flat glass manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top flat glass manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find flat glass companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture flat glass to your company's specifications. Then contact the flat glass companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product news articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of transparent glass, optical glass, plate glass, or customized flat glass of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • New Haven, IN 260-749-9614

    S & S fabricates precision, custom glass parts and components. Drawing on over 50 years of experience, we have the machining capabilities and technical background to resolve all your glass problems and fabricate new products of the highest quality. Visit our website to get a full rundown of our glass and quartz fabricating capabilities.

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  • Cambridge, ON 800-315-0387

    Glass cutting is a varied industry, and we have done it all for the past 50 years. We believe in manufacturing high quality glass products that will exceed customer expectations every time. Our goal and mission has always been to ensure our customers are satisfied and will come to us with all of their glass needs. Contact us to learn more today!

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  • Painesville Township, OH 440-639-6399

    Founded in 1990, Technical Glass Products is a fabricator of Fused Quartz Glassware. We maintain a broad inventory of labware, flat stock, rod and tubes in addition to providing custom fabrication using state of the art equipment to suit your needs. Our commitment to excellence has resulted in TGP becoming America’s fastest growing supplier of stock shapes and fabricated products in the industry.

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  • Port Jervis, NY 845-856-5375

    Gillinder Glass prides itself in engineering molded technical glass for tomorrow’s technology. Since 1861, we have been providing our customers superior glass products and glass fabrication services. Heat resistant glass is among our trusted products, which have served the marine, aircraft, industrial and landscaping industries in a variety of applications. Superior quality standards with ISO 9001:2015 certification. Contact Gillinder and let us meet all your glass needs today!

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  • Hartford City, IN 765-348-3100

    Sinclair Glass has been in the glass business since 1950. We specialize in making bent glass products in runs of 50 or more, but are also just as versatile in fabricating flat glass in any sort of shape or finish. Whatever your specifications, we have the equipment and expertise to bring your custom glass concepts to life, and the drive to exceed your expectations in doing so.

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Flat Glass

Flat glass is a rather common type of glass, known for being the type of glass that is found in windows and other similar applications. Flat glass is also known as sheet glass or even plate glass. In fact, because of its variety of uses and relatively low cost, flat glass is one of the most common types of glass in the world today. That being said there are still a number of things to consider before purchasing flat glass, as it all depends on your application and what function you want your flat glass to have. Relaying these concerns and desires to a knowledgeable flat glass manufacturer will get you moving in the right direction to receive a flat glass product that is a great fit for your application.

Essentially all flat glass products are made using the same basic process. Sand is the main material from which flat glass is manufactured, and while most people know that flat glass is made from sand, many people do not know how much work goes into turning sand into a window or other manufactured glass product. In order to make flat glass, sand and a few other materials are melted down in a furnace creating a liquid which will become the solid sheet of glass later on. Once the liquid glass is taken out of the furnace, it is formed into the desired thickness using special machines and it is then moved on liquid tin. The glass eventually hardens while still on the liquid tin, but the tin itself remains a liquid because its hardening point is much lower than flat glasses hardening point. Once the glass is fully hardened it needs to be cut to size according to the specifications of the customer’s application. Instead of using laser cutting, flat glass is often scored with a tool and then cleanly broken into individual pieces along this score line.

This is why finding a proper flat glass manufacturer is so important to getting the right piece of glass for your application as a lot goes into the processes of manufacturing flat glass. Knowing your application and desires is a great way to help your flat glass manufacturer design a piece of glass that is right for your needs and specifications.

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