| Are you considering adding insulating glass products to your production mix? Or are you thinking of reconfiguring your current equipment to deliver new and better services to your customers?
| sedak GmbH & Co.KG, Germany, operates the largest insulating glass line in the world – about extraordinary glass processing and the role of LiSEC.
| LiSEC is the pioneer in terms of the development and production of production lines for large-scale insulating glasses – incl. interview with Hannes Spiss, facade engineer at Arup, Büro für Bautechnik (office for construction technology)
The glass brothers scaling the Finnish industry rely on LiSEC solutions - Skaala & LiSEC, a unique success story
| Skaala was founded in 1956 as a one-man company. The father of the two current owners, Hannu and Markku Hautanen, was a carpenter and already in those days, he processed glass while repairing doors and windows.
| Cost cutting, it is often said, is difficult in glass production and processing as this sector is characterised by manual processes.
| In August 2013, the LiSEC development team started a major project with the mission: redesign of the tempering furnaces in order to save manufacturing costs and at the same time increase the process reliability. Result: the AEROFLAT.
| Internorm is the market leader in Austria as a manufacturer of high-quality window systems and doors and the leading window brand in Europe.
| Since September 2015, the HTL (Polytechnic Glass) Kramsach in Tyrol is using a LiSEC cutting table „base CUT“ for the education of the students.
| For the past five years, Nile Aluminium & Metals Company, or AluNile, has had very positive experiences with Glaston's first FC500™ tempering furnace sold outside Finland.
Bystronic glass are overjoyed regarding a major milestone in the company's history - Bystronic glass produces 1000th sealing robot
| At the Bystronic glass Neuhausen-Hamberg location, there is a cause for great delight: The 1000th sealing robot, namely the high-performance "speed’sealer" was delivered a few days ago to a Chinese customer.
| The Flachglas Group employs around 1,100 employees at three sites in Switzerland and three sites in Germany – around 650 of them generate revenues of approx. € 70 million at the Wernberg site (Bavaria).
| October 2004: At glasstec, A+W and HEGLA present to the expert public the first SortJet controlled by the dynamic, online optimisation system DynOpt. For the first time ever, any sequence required can be achieved automatically, with optimum – in an…