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List of works

List of works done by divisions for departments of JSC “Salavatsteklo”.

1. Division of X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis

1.1 Sand analysis (Fe2O3, SiO2, Al2O3)

1.2 Field spar analysis (SiO2, CaO, MgO, Fe2O3, Al2O3, Na2O, K2O)

1.3 Dolomite analysis (SiO2, CaO, MgO, Fe2O3, Al2O3)

1.4 Chalk stone analysis (SiO2, CaO, MgO, Fe2O3, Al2O3)

1.5 Marble analysis (SiO2, CaO, MgO, Fe2O3, Al2O3)

1.6 Float glass analysis

1.7 Glass container analysis

1.8 Silicate sodium soluble analysis (SiO2, Na2O, silica module)

1.9 Glass density

1.10 Insoluble residues in raw materials

1.11 FeO in glass

2. Analytical division

2.1 Sodium sulfate analysis (silicate of a sodium sulfate lump)

2.2 Crocus analysis

2.3 Zircon concentrate analysis

2.4 Ortho-phosphoric acid analysis

2.5 Silicate sodium soluble analysis (ammonium perchlorate)

2.6 Silicate Sodium soluble rapid test (SiO2, Na2O, silica module)

2.6 Liquid glass analysis (ammonium perchlorate)

2.7 Liquid glass density

2.8 Liquid glass viscosity

2.9 Glass analysis (Float, for glass containers)

2.10 Waste water analysis:

-Anionic surfactants (surface active substances/SAS)

-Suspended substances

-total iron

-ammonium ion

-cobalt ion

-Manganese ion

-Chrome ion (total)

-Chrome ion (VI)

-Chrome ion (III)


-Oil products  

-Nonionic surfactants



-рН (pH value)


-Dry residue



-chemical oxygen demand





2.11 Industrial emissions

- ammonia

- nitrogen dioxide

- nitrogen (II) oxide (nitrogen oxide)

- Sulfur dioxide

- Carbon oxide

- Sampling

- suspended particles (dust)


2.12 Working climate. Chemical factors. Working area air.

- crystalline silicon dioxide


-Volume of manganese in welding fumes:

To 20%

From 20% to 30%

- diiron trioxide


- Chrome (VI) trioxide

- sulfuric acid

- hydrochloride

- Ozone

- Sulfur dioxide

- Carbon oxide


2.13 Working climate. Physical factors.

-Dust, including fibrogenic aerosols

- Microclimate (air temperature, relative humidity, air velocity, ambient thermal impact ratio, irradiance (thermal exposure intensity)

- Noise (sound level (equivalent sound level); sound pressure level, maximum volume level)

- Light medium (illuminance (artificial, natural)

- Vibration total (mean square level of vibration acceleration; corrected (equivalent corrected) level of vibration acceleration; level of vibration acceleration)

- local vibration (mean square level of vibration acceleration; corrected (equivalent corrected) level of vibration acceleration)

3. Division of raw materials

3.1 Analysis of Float glass batch and glass containers

3.2 Analysis of Silicate Sodium soluble batch

3.3 Grain size composition of raw materials

3.4 Incoming soda inspection

3.5 Sampling, moisture determination, preparation of a sample for raw materials (dolomite, chalk stone, marble, sand, field spar, sodium sulfate and others) for XRF analysis.

3.6 Sampling and preparation of Silicate Sodium soluble sample for XRF analysis.

3.7 Decolorizing mixture weighing

4. Division of Float glass, safe glass and IGU control

4.1 Optical glass distortions visible in transmitted light (at the equipment “Zebra”)

4.2 Optical glass distortions visible in transmitted light (at the equipment “Brick wall”)

4.3 Optical distortions visible in reflected light (reflected raster distortion)

4.4 Light transmission factor

4.5 Light reflection factor

4.6 Path difference in birefringence (amount of residual stresses)

4.7 Resistance to ultra-violet radiation

4.8 Mechanical strength of tempered glass

4.9 Protection class of tempered glass

4.10 Destruction character of tempered glass

4.11 Geometric dimensions, deviations from coated glass flatness

4.12 Control of coated glass defects

14.3 Optical distortions of wind screens

4.14 Wind screens image doubling (dislocation)

4.15 Strength of tempered product’s edge (scratch test)

4.16 Heat resistance of tempered glass

4.17 High-temperature strength of laminated glass

4.18 Laminated glass resistance to ball attack, wgt.= 2260 g

4.19 Laminated glass resistance to ball attack, wgt. = 227 g

4.20 Laminated glass resistance to human’s head mockup attack

4.21 Land transport IGUs resistance to human head mockup attack

4.22 Laminated glass resistance to moisture

4.23 Laminated glass temperature resistance

4.24 Protection class of laminated glass, safe in use (tests for soft body attack)

4.25 Protection class of laminated shatterproof glass

4.26 Desiccant’s effectiveness (molecular sieve)

4.27 Hardening polysulfide sealant adhesion to glass and a distance frame

4.28 Determination of adhesive ability of non-hardening polyisobutylene sealant

4.29 Dew point in IGUs

4.30 Volume of gas in IGU chamber

4.31 Moisture resistance of IGUs for land transport

4.32 Rapid climate tests of IGUs for land transport

5. Division of glass container control

5.1 Amount of closed bubbles (point defects) per 100 g of glass

5.2 Thickness of metal-oxide coating of a bottle’s body

5.3 Total capacity

5.4 Nominal capacity

5.5 Residual stress after anneal

5.6 Heat resistance

5.7 Internal pressure resistance

6. Division of coated glass control

6.1 Total solar energy transmission factor (solar factor)

6.2  Ultraviolet radiation transmission factor

6.3 Shading factor

6.4 Color coordinates

6.5  Emission factor

6.6 Coating resistance to air impact