10 years of successful work in the glass market

In October 2013 the company "NPO MEGATEK" celebrates 10 years of commitment. The main purpose of "NGO MEGATEK" is the development and implementation of new technologies, materials and equipment for hot repair linings high-temperature industrial furnaces using ceramic welding.

The use of ceramic welding technology allows hot repairs silent industrial furnaces of the production cycle.    

The company has a modern laboratory, mechanical testing and bases and has a staff of highly qualified scientists, engineers and technicians with years of experience in this field. This allows you to constantly improve the technology and equipment for the ceramic welding, to optimize the compositions and formulations of existing ceramic materials to restore the lining of industrial furnaces, and create ceramic materials and repair equipment of the new generation. All products are protected by patents of the Russian Federation.

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Date: 22 October 2013
Source: www.steklosouz.ru

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