AMETEK Land at Hotbels Glass Industry Seminar 2017

AMETEK Land at Hotbels Glass Industry Seminar 2017
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Don’t miss our Glass Sector Manager, Mark Bennett, who will speak at the 32nd Hotbels Glass Industry Seminar, April 25-26, Kentucky, US.

Mr Bennett’s topic 'Use of NIR-B Glass to Optimize Furnace Performance' will focus on achieving high temperature measurement accuracy in the harsh industrial environment of the glass industry.

The presentation will also cover AMETEK Land’s Near Infrared Borescope (NIR-B) Glass, an innovative thermal imaging camera that provides continuous, accurate monitoring of thermal performance within a furnace.  

Mark Bennett will explain how continuous thermal imaging can optimise furnace operation to improve product quality and reduce energy, emissions and refractory wear.

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