Using Pyrex glassware
The team at Penico Gauges has spent many years working in the glass container industry. We are at the point where we are the top choice for any business that requires blank mould gauges. Many clients have been working with us for a long time, so we fully understand their needs. Therefore, we can provide the most effective solutions to their problems.
The market leader
Pyrex is one of the most notable glassware brands in the UK. If you have a glass mixing bowl, measuring jug, or casserole dish, it is likely from them. Their products are iconic today owing to their 100 year history and popularity.
The glass in all of these products is borosilicate. It contains boron trioxide. The addition of the compound can completely transform the glass. Most importantly it gives the material excellent resistance to thermal shock. What that means is the glass won't expand much when it is exposed to heat or contract a great deal when it gets cold. As a result you could take a container straight from the freezer and put it in a hot oven with no risk of it shattering.
People choose Pyrex and other borosilicate glassware for this reason. It makes the products perfect for use at home and in commercial kitchens. As well as the thermal performance, the glass is easy to clean, does not retain stains, and will not affect the flavour of anything you store in the containers.
Using blank mould gauges
At Penico we know how useful glassware can be for all kinds of cooking and food or drink storage. We support manufacturers around the world who make these products. Our focus is on providing high quality tools that make it as easy as possible to produce containers. They include a range of gauges to measure the moulds as well as reamers to help with maintenance.
We are proud to be one of the leading companies in our industry. Similar to Pyrex, our long history and focus on offering great products has helped us become a recognisable name. As a result, we have many happy, long time customers.
So, if you need blank mould gauges and other products you can rely on us. We offer a wide range of options, including bespoke tools if you want us to create something specific for you. Please get in touch to let us know what you need.
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