Atofina launches the new Certincoat© Web Site

Date: 19 January 2002
Source: Atofina

Date: 15 January 2002

Atofina Chemicals suppliers of proprietary coatings systems to the glass container and flat glass industry presented the new Certincoat© Web Site.

The Certincoat© system improves the strength of billions of bottles and glass containers manufactured around the world each year. It provides a uniform tin oxide coating for every type of glass packaging, reducing scratching and breakage, enhancing adhesion of lubricious coatings, improving filling speeds and increasing output.

600450 Atofina launches the new Certincoat© Web Site glassonweb.com

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