Stove glass is the most common part that needs replacing on a stove. The glass is designed to not expand so should never break under heat stress. The most common way stove glass is broken is incorrect installation usually by the clips holding the glass being screwed in too tightly. Although the actual glass is zero expansion the stove door does expand under heat stress which is why it should never be over tightened. Another common way of heat resistant glass breaking is by objects hitting the face of the glass and shattering it or causing a chip which can later cause the glass to shatter under heat stress.
Our heat resistant stove glass is manufactured from the highest quality zero expansion 4mm ceramic glass suitable for both existing and discontinued stoves. Although it is called stove glass the material is actually a see through ceramic capable of withstanding temperatures of between 400F and a huge 1400F hugely exceeding the limitation of tempered glass. With its unique composition and processing it is capable of going from red hot to ice cold without breaking meaning any extreme drop in temperature such as spilling a drink won't break the glass. Don't accept any imitations and buy quality stove glass that will last the duration.
Our stove glass can be made to measure
and cut to size if you can't find a specific size to suit your stove.
By David McMullan