9 - 10 March 2022
09:00 - 17:30 CET
Registration extended until February 25
Eindhoven (NL) and/or Online

Raw material selection is the first step of the glass making process and may influence the complete production. The compromise between many economic, process and product requirements is explained during the course.

The homogeneity of the batch will have an impact on the melting and final product quality so technologies to avoid segregation are described. Parameters to enhance the batch-to-melt conversion are also presented.


  • Characteristics of the classical raw materials used in the glass industry: chemical composition, origin, treatment, optimum grain sizes…
  • Batch composition and melting energy
  • Melting reactions and kinetics
  • Batch handling, segregation and charging
  • Recycling and cullet
  • Influence of raw materials on glass redox
Corinne Claireaux
Corinne Claireaux studied glass and materials chemistry in Rennes and obtained her PhD from the Sorbonne University in Paris in 2014. She worked as an internal trainer and R&D project leader for Saint-Gobain, improving or developing new glass formulations for different businesses and products (float, glass wool, glass-ceramics). She joined CelSian as a glass scientist and trainer in 2019.
Price The price per participant is 1.450 EUR. This is the equivalent of 3 tons of glass.

When onsite, price includes 2 lunches and 1 dinner. It excludes tax and duties.

Are you joining with 5 other colleagues? The 6th participant can join for free. Contact us to get a 15% discount.
Your e-mail address(Required)
Scroll to Top