The StewartFloat® tin bath enables manufacturers to produce float glass with repeatable and accurate thicknesses between ultra-thin and ultra-thick. Stewart's superior custom design and operational know-how allows customers to operate with reduced utility costs, reduced defects, and increased throughput.
|StewartFloat® Technical Capabilities
|Soda Lime, Tinted, Low Iron, Borosilicate, Aluminosilicate
|50 - 1200 MTPD
|0.4 - 25 mm
|Trained for Very Low Energy Usage
|2000 - 5500 mm
|Automotive and Mirror
|Cross Ribbon Temperature
|± 2.0 C
StewartFloat® tin baths have helped many independent float glass manufacturers achieve lasting success. Stewart has built 23 tin baths to date, all of which are still operational today. This track record establishes us as the premier choice for new and existing manufactures who want to produce high quality float glass profitably. Below are a few companies who use StewartFloat® tin baths.
Stewart Engineers built the first StewartFloat® tin bath in 1992, and it continues to produce 2 mm glass today. In 1997, Stewart Engineers successfully commissioned a StewartFloat® tin bath in Southeast Asia that is still producing ultra-thin glass down to 0.55 mm. Stewart Engineers has equipped the worldwide float glass market for 35+ years with 23 tin baths, thus providing immense expertise to design a StewartFloat® tin bath to fulfill your market demands.
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