New Press Glass Company Standard

PRESS GLASS Company Standard Update
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Date: 26 November 2016

PRESS GLASS has published a new version of its Company Standard.

The manufacturer of glass for building explains that the latest, sixth revision of the document is a response to the updated regulations included in PN-EN 12150-1 standard ("Glass in building. Thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass").

"Our goal is to provide our Clients with the latest information concerning effective regulations related to glass for building. Parameters specifying deviations from rectilinearity of tempered glass and their tolerances were modified in the document.

The new document differentiates between surface deformations typical of horizontal tempering and tempering on an air bed, among five kinds of deformations", explains Adam Wierzbowski from the Quality Department, PRESS GLASS.

As PRESS GLASS points out, the Company Standard is an important document identifying quality requirements that a product, process or service has to meet.

The PRESS GLASS Company Standard was amended to harmonise the company standards with the provisions of European regulations.

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