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  1. vitrite(Noun)

    A kind of glass which is very hard and difficult to fuse, used as an insulator in electrical lamps and other apparatus.

  2. Origin: vitrum glass.

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  1. Vitrite(noun)

    a kind of glass which is very hard and difficult to fuse, used as an insulator in electrical lamps and other apparatus

  2. Origin: [L. vitrum glass.]

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  1. Vitrite

    Vitrite, also known as foam glass, is a very low fusing point black glass mainly used for the insulation base of electric lamps. It was formerly made by the Vitrite Company.

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