Carbone Lorraine

CARBONE LORRAINE group designs and manufactures a complete range of systems and consumables for hot glass handling.

Under the leading brand CERBERITE® these products combine metallic hardware with carbon, graphite or composite contact materials: universal fitting stacker bars, take out tongs with floating inserts, mould top plate inserts and dead plates, guide gobs… Company profileCARBONE LORRAINE’s CERBERITE® graphites, composites and metallic systems are being used extensively throughout the glass handling industry.These technologically advanced materials provide excellent performance in the hostile environment of extreme heat and possible oil contamination.

Thanks to its long experience CERBERITE® provides complete proven solutions combining metallic hardware and carbon contact consumables.

Carbon materials have proved themselves to be a more user-friendly alternative to other materials:

- Non damaging to hot glass
- Environmentally safe
- Good wear resistance
- Allow design flexibility
- High resistance to thermal shock
- Strong
- Lubricant
- Low thermal conductivity

CERBERITE® metallic hardware offers competitive advantages that reduce maintenance and downtime, allows increased flexibility.

- Quick-change inserts and insulators
- Adjustable blocks on stacker bars
- Easy set up
- Easy access
- Strong and light weight
- Crash resistant
- Designed with OEMs
- Reduced bending at high temperature

CARBONE LORRAINE offers a local service with quality assurance throughout the world, including machining in accordance with your unique specifications.

Our stand at GLASSTEC 2002
Hall 13 Stand B56

600450 Carbone Lorraine
Date: 28 September 2002
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