|Haik Brush (60mm wide) Ref: 9FT1.01|
This piece of equipment is crucial to the effectiveness of shelf primer. Tests have confirmed the benefits of the haik brushes ability to apply slow, even and continuousbrush strokes to moulds and shelves.
Price: £6.08 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
|Stressometer Ref: 9FT1.2|
This is a polarized light source that gives a visual indication of the amount of compression and tensile stress in two or more glasses that have been fused together. Many fusing professionals recognise the stressometer, next to the kiln, as the only piece of equipment that they require. We say it cuts out the heart ache when things dont work and spontainiously crack after several weeks
Price: £25.37 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
|Portable Tin Scope Ref: 9FT4.1|
This very handy little lamp allows the detection of the tin side of float glass. Take the guess work out of this very important procedure. Comes with full instructions at a very affordable price.
Price: £72.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
|Fabricut 100 Grit Paper Ref: 9FT1.3|
Fabricut is an open weave cloth impregnated with carbid making it superior to sand paper for removing shelf primer from kiln shelves.The open weave also means that it does not clog, making it far more cost effective than conventional sandpaper.
Price: £8.59 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
|Didymium Safety Glasses to clip over normal glasses Ref: 9FT1.4|
These absorb the light in the region of the sodium D line, which reduce the yellow flames emitted when glass is heated. These safety glasses also filter some infrared and ultraviolet light a must when working with a torch or manipulating hot glass . This clipover tpye is ideal for those that use perscription glasses
Price: £53.68 (Excluding VAT at 20%)