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Glass and glazing

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  2. 2. A hard, brittle inorganic substance, usually transparent or translucent substance, produced byfusing silica together with a flux, and a stabilizer into a mass that cools to a rigid condition without crystallization.
  3. 3.  REFLECTIVE GLASS HEAT-ABSORBING GLASS
  4. 4.  WIRE GLASS  FIGURE GLASS CATHEDRAL GLASS  LOW- EMISSIVITY GLASS
  5. 5.  ANNEALED GLASS  HEAT-STRENGTHENED GLASS  TEMPERED GLASS
  6. 6.  LAMINATED GLASS  SECURITY GLASS  ACOUSTICAL GLASS
  7. 7.  ROLLED PLATE GLASS  INSULATING GLASS
  8. 8.  Window Glass- used for glazing windows doors and storm sash in residential buildings where good light and vision are required at moderate cost. Heavy Sheet Glass- used for glazing windows and doors where greater strength is required but where slight distortion is not objectionable. Picture Glass- used for covering pictures, photographs, maps, charts projector slides and instrument dials.
  9. 9. GLASS PRODUCT GLASS BLOCKS  FUNCTIONAL 1. LIGHT DIRECTING BLOCK 2. LIGHT DIFFUSING BLOCK 3. GENERAL PURPOSES BLOCK  DECORATIVE / ARCHITECTURAL GLASSSOLID GLASS BRICK
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  11. 11. THE PAINS OR SHEETS OF GLASS OR OTHER TRANSPARENT MATERIAL MADE TO BE SET IN FRAMES, AS INWINDOWS, DOORS, AND MIRRORS.
  12. 12. METHODS OF GLAZINGDOUBLE GLAZING THE INSTALLATION OF TWO PARALLELPANES OF GLASS WITH A SEALED AIR SPACEBETWEEN TO REDUCE THE TRANSMISSION OFHEAT AND SOUND.FACE GLAZING THE SETTING OF A GLASS PANE IN ARABBETED FRAME, HOLDING IT IN PLACE WITHGLAZIER’S POINTS, AND SEALING IT WITH ABEVELED BEAD OF PUTTY OR GLAZINGCOUMPOUND.
  13. 13. • PUTTY- A COMPOUND OF WHITING AND LINSEED OIL, OF DOUGHLIKE CONSISTENCY WHEN FRESH, USED IN SECURING WINDOWPANES OR PATCHING WOODWORK DEFECTS.• FACE PUTTY- THE PUTTY OR GLAZING COMPOUND FORMED ON THE EXTERIOR SIDE OF GLASS AN EVEN BACKING.• BEDDING- A THIN LAYER OF PUTTY LAID IN THE RABBET IN A WOOD SASH TO GIVE A PANE OF GLASS AN EVEN BACKING.• GLAZIER’S POINT- A SMALL, POINTED PIECE OF SHEET METAL FOR HOLDING A GLASS PANE IN A WOOD SASH UNTIL THE FACE PUTTY HAS HARDENED.
  14. 14.  WET GLAZING THE SETTING OF GLASS IN A WINDOWFRAME WITH GLAZING TAPE OR A LIQUIDSEALANT. GLAZING TAPE-A PERFORMED RIBBON OF SYNTHETIC RUBBER HAVING ADHESIVE PROPERTIES AND USED IN GLAZING TO FORM A WATERTIGHT SEAL BETWEEN GLASS AND FRAME. CAP SEALANT-AN ADHESIVE LIQUID OR SYNTHETIC RUBBER INJECTED INTO THE JOINT BETWEEN A GLASS PANE OR UNIT AND A WINDOW FRAME, CURING TO FORM A WATERTIGHT SEAL. GLAZING BEAD-A WOOD MOLDING OR METAL SECTION SECURED AGAINST THE EDGE OF A GLASS PANE OR UNIT TO HOLD IT IN PLACE.
  15. 15.  DRY GLAZING THE SETTING OF A GLASS IN AWINDOW FRAME WITH COMPRESSIONGASKET INSTEAD OF GLAZING TAPE OR ALIQUID SEALANT. COMPRESSION GASKET- A PERFORMED STRIP OF SYNTHETIC RUBBER OR PLASTIC COMPRESSED BETWEEN A GLASS PNAE OR UNIT AND A WINDOW FRAME. LOCKSTRIP GASKET- A PERFORMED GASKET OF SYNTHETIC RUBBER FOR SECURING A GLASS PANE OR UNIT IN A WINDOW FRAME OR OPENING HELD IN COMPRESSION BY FORCING A KEYED LOCKING STRIP INTO GROOVE IN THE GASKET.
  16. 16. • GLASS SIZE –(GLAZING SIZE) THE SIZE OF A GLASS PANE OR UNIT REQUIRED FOR GLAZING AN OPENING, ALLOWING FOR ADEQUATE EDGE CLEARANCE.• EDGE BLOCK- (CENTERING SHIM, SPACER) ONE OF THE SMALL BLOCKS OF SYNTHETIC RUBBER PLACED BETWEEN THE SIDE EDGES OF A GLASS PANE OR UNIT AND A FRAME TO CENTER IT.• FACE CLEARANCE- THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE FACE OF A GLASS PANE OR UNIT AND THE NEAREST FACE OF ITS FRAME OR STOP.,MEASURED NORMAL TO THE PLANE OF THE GLASS.• BITE- THE AMOUNT OF OVERLAP BETWEEN THE EDGE OF A GLASS PANE OR UNIT AND A WINDOW FRAME.• EDGE CLEARANCE- THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE EDGE OF A GLASS PANE OR UNIT AND A WINDOW FRAME.• SETTING BLOCK- ONE OF THE SMALL BLOCKS OF LEAD OR SYNTHETIC RUBBER PLACED UNDER THE LOW EDGE OF A GLASS PANE OR UNIT TO SUPPORT IT WITHIN A FRAME.
  17. 17. GLAZING SYSTEMGLASS MULLION SYSTEMBUTT-JOINT GLAZINGFLUSH GLAZING
  18. 18. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING  TMF

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