C.M. Surface Treatment S.p.A.

Welcome to Glasstec 2002. C.M. equipment is utilized for rapid, thorough, and the most economical cleaning of glass container and glassware molds.

Over 400 C.M. machines have been sold to glass companies worldwide over the past 42 years. C.M. Surface Treatment, S.p.A. is a recognized leader in the manufacture and marketing of automatic blast cleaning machines for surface treatment operations. C.M. equipment is also commonly employed for glass related hardware and products. With over 140 machine models and numerous modifications and options available, C.M. can satisfy diverse cleaning and surface treatment requirements. Visit C.M. in Hall 14 stand C55 and see one of our most popular models on display. Our technicians will be glad to demonstrate the machine working and together find the ideal solution for your requirements.

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