Batch Preheating by Zippe

The company Zippe Industrieanlagen, located in Wertheim am Main, close to Frankfurt, has been researching on batch preheating the last 20 years.

Now, the interest for this technology, that allows glass producers to significantly reduce energy consumption and CO2-emmission is increasing.

The demand lead to the development of an further improved system. "BPH II" aims at glass producers that want to reduce their costs of energy and save precious raw material.

Through BPH II, that uses furnace waste gases, also the glass pull can be increased, combined with lower use of gas, oil and electricity.

Recently, another big order was given to Zippe from a big container glass producers to build such a system.

Zippe is proud being at the  forefront of this development and being able to supply customers with such beneficial technology.

600450 Batch Preheating by Zippe
Date: 13 January 2010
Source: Zippe industrieanlagen GmbH

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