Melting glass is a very energy intensive process, with process temperatures of more than 1600°C required to melt the raw materials in the furnace. Such high temperatures are usually achieved by intensive air preheating and near stoichiometric conditions. This leads to a significant production of nitrous oxides (NOX). full story»
Events Glassman, Innovative shift to Brilliance Jun-20-13 - The 24th China International Glass Industrial Technical Exhibition (China Glass 2013) was successfully held at China International Exhibition Center in Beijing from May 24th to 27th.
Products Glazing for a Green Office Jun-20-13 - The ITC Centre at Gurgaon, India, spanning an area of 1, 70,000 sq.ft. Has the unique distinction of being the World’s largest LEED Platinum Certified Building, courtesy its status of a green office.
Companies Nampak Glass’s third furnace is part of a much bigger story Jun-20-13 - “While the investment of nearly R1-billion in a third furnace is big news, it’s part of a much bigger story that includes laying the groundwork for growth, without losing sight of the customer,"says Stoney Steenkamp, the Divisional Managing Director of Nampak Glass.
Companies Tubelite’s new Dallas/Fort Worth facility is now operational Jun-20-13 - Tubelite Inc., a leading manufacturer and supplier of architectural aluminum storefront, entrance and curtainwall systems in the United States, is pleased to announce that is has completed the initial set-up of its new Texas facility at 4900 Langdon Rd., Suite 500 Dallas, Texas 75241.