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BS 3447:1962

Withdrawn
Withdrawn

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Glossary of terms used in the glass industry
Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Withdrawn date

30-09-2016

Language(s)

English

Published date

18-01-1962

Co-operating organizations
Foreword
Section 1: Types and properties of glass
Sub-section 11. Types of glass
Sub-section 12. Properties of glass and physical
                 testing
Section 2: Raw materials and related terms
Section 3: Terms relating to melting
Sub-section 31. Types of melting and auxiliary furnaces
Sub-section 32. Parts of furnaces and tools used during
                 melting
Sub-section 33. Terms relating to melting operations
Section 4: Forming processes and related terms
Sub-section 41. Forming processes
Sub-section 42. Terms relating to forming
Section 5: Finishing and work on glass
Sub-section 51. Terms relating to decoration of glass
Sub-section 52. Other terms relating to work on glass
Section 6: Forms of glass and glassware
Sub-section 61. Forms of glass
Sub-section 62. Types of container
Sub-section 63. Parts of containers, etc.
Sub-section 64. Glassware
Section 7: Imperfections in glass
Sub-section 71. Imperfections due to undissolved gases
Sub-section 72. Imperfections due to solid material
Sub-section 73. Surface imperfections
Sub-section 74. Imperfections specific to glassware
Sub-section 75. Miscellaneous imperfections
Section 8: Occupational terms
Sub-section 81. Terms relating to melting
Sub-section 82. Terms relating to forming
Sub-section 83. Terms relating to finishing
Index

Classifies and defines a comprehensive list of terms widely used in and of special interest to the glass industry, covering types and properties of glass; raw materials; melting, forming and finishing processes; forms of glass and glassware; imperfections in glass; and occupational terms.

Committee
LBI/1/2
DevelopmentNote
Reviewed and confirmed by BSI, November 2011. (10/2011)
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
58
PublisherName
British Standards Institution
Status
Withdrawn

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