L.J. Star Video Explains How Fused Sight Glass Gets Its Super Strength

Date: 13 December 2013

L.J. Star Inc., a leading supplier of sight glasses and visual flow indicators, has released a video that explains how a Metaglas® borosilicate sight glass is made to withstand extreme pressure and thermal shock that would cause an ordinary sight glass to fail catastrophically.

Watch the video: http://bit.ly/1k7PzS5.  

In the video “Learn the Secret of Sight Glass Strength,” viewers learn how a heating process is used to expand the stainless steel ring and melt a piece of borosilicate glass.

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