Bavelloni Launches Its Major Technology Innovations At Glasstec 2006

Date: 31 October 2006

Date: 31 October 2006

Bavelloni's latest technology helps turn ideas into successful end products making customers' business even more profitable Glaston Technologies' Bavelloni launches its major technology innovations at Glasstec 2006: completely automated, new generation of cutting lines for both monolithic and laminated glass, an innovative CNC machine and the new seamer Powerseam.

The latest solutions represent Bavelloni's commitment to developing

the best technologies for glass processors looking for profitable

growth and the best return on their investment. All products are aimed

to meet the highest quality and productivity levels, making it easier

and faster to turn the customers' ideas into successful end products.

New generation of cutting lines

The modular technology of the complete cutting lines for both

monolithic and laminated glass gives customers flexibility in their

plant designs. They combine basic elements like Bavelloni's loaders,

cutting tables and breaking tables with increased automation levels,

eliminating human error and improving machinery performance. One of

the main features for monolithic products is the ability to process

large glass sizes, especially for the architectural market.

The new cutting lines for laminated glass include all the innovations

of LAMY 370 SL, offering several technical aspects which support its

use in the architectural market moreover adding all the benefits of

automation: lack of manual interventions in scoring, breaking,

heating and glass separation.

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