The life of a float line chapter three - inspection and cutting

The life of a float line: chapter three – inspection and cutting. This is the third chapter in our series on float glass production.

In this video, Ste Ratcliffe, cold-end supervisor at Pilkington United Kingdom Limited, talks us through the inspection and cutting processes that ensure consistent standards of blemish-free glass are maintained with minimum wastage.Click here to view video or watch it below
Every piece of Pilkington-branded glass passes through a rigorous inspection procedure, including that used in the flagship Pilkington Planar™ structural glazing systems. To find out more about the product, visit

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Date: 15 April 2015

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