#AskGlaston: Isn’t our company’s tempering system working automatically?

Date: 3 December 2020
  • Mika Nygård | Glaston
  • https://www.glastory.net/askglaston-episode-60-isnt-our-companys-tempering-system-working-automatically/

Date: 3 December 2020

Glaston is working hard to make tempering furnaces more automated.

This week’s question is the following:

Isn’t our company’s tempering system working automatically?

There are several different levels of automation in tempering furnaces. Most likely, your furnace has already some automation included, such as the blowers turning on automatically and so on.

Increasing the automation level of your tempering furnace will need some system upgrades. At Glaston, we are working hard to make tempering furnaces more automated.

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