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Re: [greenyes] CRT Glass


On Tue, 25 May 2004 12:09:43 -0700, you wrote:

>Hello all:
>
>I am working on behalf of a company who is looking into the possibility
>of using CRT glass as a substitute for the silica that is utilized in
>their process. The lead is not a concern.
>
>As you know, there is a tremendous amount of data available on CRT's and
>the construction/lead/materials that are used, but there is no
>information as the actual chemical constituents of the glass itself.
>
>Such as: what is the silica percentage of the glass, what is the sodium
>levels, potassium levels, etc...
>
>The chemical equation is critical within this application, as is the
>homogeneous or consistent nature of the materials if it is to be
>considered a raw material substitute. I know that each manufacturer
>will have different formula's. I was wondering if anyone had any dataGreenyes <greenyes@no.address>
>on the chemical construct of the glass itself.
>
>Any help would be appreciated.

Here's a PDF document on CRT recycling that may be of interest:

http://www.eiae.org/chemicals/files/EIA_CRT_5-01.pdf
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