Exports - Exports

By: Pfg Building Glass  11-11-2011
Keywords: Glass, Glass Products, Automotive Glass

PFG EXPORTS

PFG exports our clear float, automotive float, patterned glass, mirrors and laminated glass to over 40 countries in

5 continents.

Float Exports:

Our second float glass line (SP4), is dedicated to the manufacture of high quality automotive glass. Our automotive glass products are:

  • Clear Float
  • Tinted Float (automotive)
    - ASG1 (light green)
    - ASG 2 (dark green)
 

This glass is produced to the highest quality OEM specifications, to a maximum size of 3 660mm x 2 440mm, from 1.8mm to 8mm thickness.Cut sizes can be supplied based on specific requirements.

Patterned Glass Exports:

PFG produces a number of different patterns in a range of sizes (see PRODUCTS). All patterns are available in Clear and some are produced in Amber. Exports are to order and mixed loads may be supplied, based on quantities required. Products are available on an ex-stock and made-to-order basis.

Mirror and Laminated Glass Exports:

Available subject to capacity.

Crating and Containerisation:

Crating is carried out on-line and containerisation is done on site. Exports are routed via our Depot in Durban, to destinations across the globe. PFG partners with dedicated agents in various countries.


Keywords: Automotive Glass, Automotive Glass Products, Float Glass, Glass, Glass Products, patterned glass

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Float Glass

Our customers include processors, merchants and distributors of glass, furniture manufacturers, appliance manufacturers and aluminium fabricators, as well as producers of automotive glass products to global OEM quality standards. We produce 260 000 tons of quality float glass a year, for supply to customers in the building and automotive sectors of southern Africa, Europe, the US and other export markets.


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Manufacturing process

The ribbon of glass is then cooled, while still moving, until the surfaces are hard enough for it to be taken out of the bath without the roller marking the surface. The float glass manufacturing process was developed by Pilkington in 1959, taking flat glass technology to a revolutionary new level. The glass gains its lustrous finish and perfect flatness by floating on a bath of molten tin in a chemically controlled atmosphere.


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Patterned Glass - Patterned Glass

We produce 14 different patterns in thicknesses of between 2mm up to 10mm, in lengths of up to 3 060mm and a ribbon width of up to 1 525mm.