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      The Glass Manufacturing Process: What Happens at Moore’s Glassworks?

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      The glass industry manufacturing process contains many different elements depending on the job and the tools at hand. At the heart of it though, is the process of glass forming. The differences come in factors such as if you’re using machinery or engineers, and the size of the job. If someone is looking to produce…

      7 Interesting Facts About Glass

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      At Moore’s Glassworks, we have been moulding, forming, and shaping glass for over 40 years. Over that time, we have come to learn so much about this versatile and flexible material. While the technology has improved, and we now have state-of-the-art auto lathes to form glass with ultimate precision, there is still a much needed…

      What is a Photoionization Detector?

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      Many workplaces across the world use photoionization detectors (PIDs). The main focus of a PID is to locate and pinpoint the amount of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the air. Since the 1970s, workplaces that may be susceptible to leaks of such compounds, which contains gases such as methane, formaldehyde and ethanol, have used PIDs…

      The Story of the Cathode Ray Tube

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      For most people, the cathode ray tube (CRT) may sound like an alien object. In a nutshell, it is an gun that fires electrons onto a surface. When the beams hit the surface, which is often phosphorescent, the beam becomes visible. This in turn creates an image. If you think this sounds like something from…

      Why Use Cathode Ray Tubes?

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      A Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) is a device used to produce cathode rays within a vacuum tube. The device accelerates the rays through a magnetic, electrical field to create images on a fluorescent screen. The earliest CRTs were developed in 1897 by German physicist Ferdinand Braun. Called the Braun Tube, these early CRTs employed a…

      What Are Multi-Pin Headers?

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      We are a specialist company that custom manufactures industrial glass and glass-to-metal products that are vital to many medical and industrial applications. We use cutting-edge manufacturing processes that will ensure your product meets your exact criteria. We produce our multi-pin bases and headers using either lead or Kodial glass (Schott 8250) to deliver the best…

      Cathode Ray Tubes

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      We have to credit the discovery of glass for giving us many useful things. Our ability to manipulate raw materials to suit our needs started in ancient history with the fashioning of rocks to make spears and arrowheads. Later we used bronze and then iron tools, eventually evolving to transform iron into steel and seeing…