Estonian Investment

Glassolutions Saint-Gobain in Estonia have upgraded their arrissing and pre-tempering process with an investment in Ashton Industrial’s PRO range of professional heavy duty equipment.

Alongside the renowned heavy duty UNIX cross belt arrissing machine newly installed by Ashton Industrial at Saint Gobain Glass’ factory in central Estonia, stands a specially constructed powerful single belt machine which allows corner dubbing and radius grinding: this machine can also be pivoted through 180 degrees when required, so that traditional hand-swiping of small glass pieces can be comfortably performed.Unique water-bath tables are employed with semi-submerged castor balls that rinse themselves as they turn whenever a glass plate rolls across them.A stainless steel pre-spray module then rinses grinding residue from each arrissed glass before it passes into the wash zone.This prestige contract represents Ashton Industrial’s first excursion into Estonia.Our genuine thanks are extended to the team of great guys at the Tartu facility for choosing Ashton as their preferred supplier; it has been a real pleasure working with them.Glassolutions Saint-Gobain in Estonia have upgraded their arrissing and pre-tempering process with an investment in Ashton Industrial’s PRO range of professional heavy duty equipment.   

Alongside the renowned heavy duty UNIX cross belt arrissing machine newly installed by Ashton Industrial at Saint Gobain Glass’ factory in central Estonia, stands a specially constructed powerful single belt machine which allows corner dubbing and radius grinding: this machine can also be pivoted through 180 degrees when required, so that traditional hand-swiping of small glass pieces can be comfortably performed.

Unique water-bath tables are employed with semi-submerged castor balls that rinse themselves as they turn whenever a glass plate rolls across them.

A stainless steel pre-spray module then rinses grinding residue from each arrissed glass before it passes into the wash zone.

This prestige contract represents Ashton Industrial’s first excursion into Estonia.

Our genuine thanks are extended to the team of great guys at the Tartu facility for choosing Ashton as their preferred supplier; it has been a real pleasure working with them.

600450 Estonian Investment glassonweb.com
Date: 26 March 2014
Source: www.ashton-industrial.com

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