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Ravensby Glass employees pictured with their new kits, competing in a local Football League. So far they have won 3 out of 3 games, Well done boys! Keep up the good work.
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National Down Syndrome Day! Mike Fenton our Engineering Manager helped Ravensby Glass raise £250 as part of a raffle for National Down Syndrome Day. The raffle was to raise money for Dundee’s Disabled children’s association who has helped Mike’s niece to live a happy life. DDCA are a local independent charity providing activities and support for children and young people with extra support needs and their families We are delighted to have helped raise £250 to an overall total of £1506.31 for this wonderful charity and also all wore our colorful odd socks on Wednesday 21st March to help support those living with Down syndrome.
Our Wear It Pink Day on Friday 20th of October was a great success! Thanks to everyone involved we managed to raise an amazing £ 828.84 for Breast Cancer Now!
Ravensby Glass are delighted to have been shortlisted as a finalist in the Glass Company of the Year category of the G17 Awards! Interviews will be held shortly then the winners will be announced at the G17 event at The London Hilton on Park Lane. We’ve got our fingers crossed!
Ravensby Glass are now producing laminated glass with Vanceva coloured PVB interlayers. Producing a broad spectrum of colors and moods that are unachievable using stock selections of glass, Vanceva® gives architects and designers more creative freedom with glass than ever before. The interlayers screen out up to 99% of damaging UV radiation up to 380 nm to help stop color fading and the deterioration of fabrics and furnishings. We can create a range of bespoke laminated products, there are many different interlayers that can be incorporated in between the glass panes to create unique designs. No matter what your idea is, get in touch and we will do our best […]
Ravensby Glass have recently invested in their heat soaking facilities due to increasing market demand for this process. They have doubled their heat soaking capacity by purchasing a second Torgauer oven. Due to the regulated duration of the heat soaking process, there is a limit on capacity which can only be expanded with the introduction of an additional oven. The tempering process of glass increases the strength of glass around 5x. However, the tempering process can cause problems if the float glass used has microscopic inclusions within it. Nickel sulphide particles formed in the production of the float glass will cool down at a different rate to the rest of […]