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The extreme temperatures given off from a gas heating stove can be upwards of 1000° F! When it comes time to replace the glass on your stove, you'll want to choose a heat resistant pyroceram optiom. Made from a patented Borosilicate formula (similar to Neoceram, Pyrex, and Robax), this superior material resists shattering with its thermal shock rating of 1380° F. We offer 3/16" thick, amber tinted pyroceram in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit your specific needs. The edges on each of our glass sheet has been lightly sanded to eliminate any sharp burs.

Some important things to remember:

  • Glass expands when heated! Please request your cut of glass to be at least 1/8" shy of the mounting surface. This measurement will allow for a safe thermal expansion. We cannot be held responsible for breaks due to improper calculations!
  • Metal screws and mounting hardware also expand when exposed to high temperatures! To avoid damage to your glass when your appliance is in use, please do not over-tighten hardware. We cannot be held responsible for breaks due to hardware that has been secured too firmly.
  • Please submit any additional information, questions, or concerns you may have about your online glass request to the "Notes" box on this product page.

 

How do I know if my stove has tempered or pyroceram glass?

If the glass on your door resembles a shape with curves, notches, arches, etc., it is most likely a pyroceram option. We have a wide selection of popular patterns, up to 36" x 20" for your stove. If you need something a little larger, please give us a call at 1-888-986-1535. We would be happy to  cut your glass to other specifications not mentioned on our product pages.

Another why to tell if your current application has tempered or pyroceram glass is to look at the why the original glass broke. If it shattered into several little chards, then it is tempered glass. If it broke into chunks of glass or maybe just cracked, then this is pyroceram.

Can I install tempered replacement glass in my gas heating stove?

Tempered glass only has a rating to 400° F. Therefore, it is not recommended for higher burning applications. If your gas stove produces a heat output higher than what the tempered glass can sustain, we highly recommend that you get a pyroceram replacement.

What causes the subtle amber-tint in pyroceram glass?

The chemical breakdown that occurs during the manufacturing process is what causes the amber tint. Pyroceram is actually a polycrystalline, ceramic material that can withstand higher temperatures than tempered glass alone. 

For all of your pyroceram glass needs:
  • We recommend a rope fiberglass gasket and high temperature cement for most installs. However, if your gas stove requires a flat or tadpole gasket, we have these options available, as well.
  • Need a custom size? We'd be happy to oblige! Simply call us at 1-888-986-1535 for more information! 

Fast Replacement Glass specializes in custom cut glass to fit your application, no matter what the brand and model! In no time, you'll be able to enjoy the beauty of the flames, along with the comfort of knowing that your new pyroceram glass meets all safety standards.