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Terms to Know About Wholesale Glass

Glass is one of the popularly used materials around the world and was first discovered in 3500 BCE where it was used in Mesopotamia. Glass today is used to manufacture many common goods from windows to beads and more. Popular for dinnerware such as plates, bottles, bowls and jars, glass can be safely heated, cleaned and are beautiful to look at. If you are interested in purchasing glass goods you can save money by purchasing glass wholesale online or in a local store. Here are terms to know about wholesale glass.

  • Float Glass – Float glass is manufactured using a specialized process that involves floating molten glass in its liquid form in a tub made from tin which creates a sheet of glass uniform in thickness. Float glass is used to make windows.
  • Soda-Lime Glass – Soda-lime glass is another manufacturing option in which glass is made from a variety of minerals including sodium carbonate, lime, dolomite, silicon dioxide and more to create a glass cheaper in cost but not quality. Soda-lime glass is use for bottles and glass containers.
  • Ions – Glass becomes colored with the addition of ions, simple molecules, to the original glass mixture when it is heated to a liquid state. Sulfur and carbon ions create black glass, cadmium creates red and many other ions including titanium, manganese and cobalt create the different colors of the rainbow. Colored glass is popularly used for vases, beads and more.
  • Glass Blowing – Glass blowing is the process of using air blown through a tube to shape glass that is in a liquid form. Glass blowers create jars, vases and special art pieces which are often beautiful gifts. Glass blowers specialize in adding color such as blues, blacks and more to their pieces.
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    Guardian Industries
    1412 S 1st St, Rogers, AR 72756
    (479) 636-5039
    Sigma Distributing
    500 Spring St, Springdale, AR 72764
    (479) 872-0277
    Arkansas Glass Container Corp Sales Dept
    516 W Johnson Ave, Jonesboro, AR 72401
    (870) 932-4564
    American Wholesale Glass
    1500 E Washington Ave, North Little Rock, AR 72114
    (501) 372-4167
    Precision Glass Bending
    3811 W Highway 10, Greenwood, AR 72936
    (479) 996-8065
    Ozark Mountain Glass Inc.
    2231 N Lowell Rd Ste D1, Springdale, AR 72764
    (479) 419-5551
    PRO Window & Door
    6500 Forbing Rd, Little Rock, AR 72209
    (501) 663-3611
    Dillmeier Glass
    2903 Industrial Park Rd, Van Buren, AR 72956
    (479) 474-7733


    Glass is one of the most widely used materials in the world. From bottles and jars, to vases and windows, many objects use this material. Other common items include bowls, candle holders and watches. Many people also use glass to decorate their homes. For instance, individuals may add glass pieces to their living rooms and furniture. In addition, jewelry such as beaded necklaces and bracelets are regularly outfitted with glass materials. Glass commonly comes in a variety of colors. In addition to clear colors, red and black are often contained in glass materials. Most stores that carry glass items depend on wholesalers and manufacturers for a wide variety of glass products. For instance, gift shops may rely on distributors for vases, bottles, jars and other popular products. In addition, window installers often buy their materials in bulk from these outlets. Distributors often supply contractors with glass sheets and panels for walls and other structures. They may supply stained glass as well. Businesses often receive cheap discounts when buying in bulk from factory producers. More information about a distributor's selection can typically be found online. For instance, websites typically detail the various cuts of they offer, along with the various colors they provide, such as red and black. In addition, they may provide information about wholesale products such as beads and similar items. Moreover, distributor websites typically provide other important details such as contact information, location information and hours of operation. Overall, suppliers provide an essential service to shops and businesses around the world.
     
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