What is the process of annealing? Why must glass containers be annealed? How can the quality of annealing be verified? If you work in the hot-end of a glass plant or in quality control at a manufacturer, filler, or decorator, then knowing the answers to these questions is essential to the safety and performance of your product. We can answer those questions for you in our new live webinar, “Spotlight on: Bottle Annealing and Temper Grades” on June 7th.
American Glass Research (AGR) has been conducting fracture analysis seminars for over 80 years. With budgets and travel still restricted, AGR has constructed a brand-new webinar to introduce the fundamental concepts of fracture analysis to employees of glass manufacturers, fillers, and distributors.
During approximately 1.5 hours of instruction, we will discuss the origin of forming stresses in glass and how they can be relieved through annealing. The effects of poor annealing on performance will also be illustrated, following by a primer in polarized light and the ASTM C148 measurement techniques for both flint and colored glass containers. Through this webinar, participants will gain a current, practical understanding of annealing in the glass container industry.
This webinar is a live presentation consisting of a 1.5 hour session plus Q&A, and will be conducted by Dr. Brandon Aldinger. For those unable to view the live broadcast, the webinar will be recorded so attendees can replay the presentation at their convenience. The live broadcast will be conducted at 9:00 EDT/13:00 GMT/15:00 CEST. The cost is $250 per person.
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