Bystronic produces top quality range of glass processing machinery such as Insulating glass manufacturing, handling equipment and automotive glass pre-processing.
The machinery has been designed to significantly increase productivity for manufactures.
For Bystronic, customer proximity means worldwide availability of after-sales support. As well as prompt delivery of spare parts, this is also guarantees on-site support whenever it is required. Experienced specialists are available around the world for competent hardware and software support and professional training programs.
The B’COMFORT insulating glass lines each consist of a glass plate washing machine, a station for the visual inspection and manual positioning of the spacer frames as well as an assembly press. In addition to the proven Bystronic glass quality and reliability, these machines offer real added value.
High productivity with up to 800 gas-filled insulating glass units per shift (B’COMFORT)
• Low investment costs
• A compact line layout
• Individual expansion stages
Handling systems from Bystronic glass allow a flexible utilisation in all areas of flat glass and plate processing. The fully-developed innovative technology is characterised by high quality and reliability.
The champ’speed enables the quick and precise cutting, breaking, grinding and drilling of automotive glass. The special feature of the champ’speed 2in1 version is its outstanding flexibility in respect of premium edge break: It is the first machine in the world that can break glass with or without a template.
A modular design integrates the cutting, breaking, grinding and drilling of automotive glass with the utmost precision
• High degree of automation and short changeover times
• Also suitable for solar glasses and glass for household appliances
Glasstech Asia 2016
14th International Glass Products, Glass Manufacturing, Processing & Materials Exhibition
Hall A2, Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center | 24 - 26 November 2016
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Bystronic Asia Pte Ltd | Booth E11