​More papers have been added to the Training Day at next week's Furnace Solutions conference.

Chris Windle, of DSF Refractories and Minerals, will discus the key to high float glass yield is the performance of the tin containment material; the tin bath blocks.

Tin bath block characteristics have been the root cause for many glass defects over decades of manufacture.

Chris will review the tests and solutions devised to achieve the high level of performance expected from float glass manufacture today.

Richard Hulme of Guardian Glass will present a paper titled Safety In Numbers? Why some process variables are key to safe, consistent and optimized furnace operations.

The two-day Furnace Solutions conference and Traiing Day takes place on June 6 and 7 at Lucideon, Stoke-on-Trent, UK.

For more details about the conference and book your place at this years’ event visit www.furnacesolutions.co.uk