Another 175 m² End fired furnace in Russia after contracts about two of them in India

The 175 m² End fired furnace for container glass production is most probably the largest one ever built.

HORN supplied already two of them to India for container glass producer HNG – one in Nasik and one in Neidupeta.   Resently HORN signed the contract with company Liviz Ltd. of Russia to supply this furnace with 175 m² to produce 540 tons of glass per day.The furnace is designed to produce above 3 tons per square meter using electric boosting installed in the melter bottom and in front of barrier wall.

Livitz Ltd. will then operate the largest furnace in Russia.

600450 Another 175 m² End fired furnace in Russia after contracts about two of them in India
Date: 15 February 2013

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