FAKRO invests in Sparklike Laser Portable 2.0

Date: 23 August 2022
Source: Sparklike Oy
FAKRO invests in Sparklike Laser Portable 2.0
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Sparklike Oy

Date: 23 August 2022

FAKRO in Poland takes their Insulating Glass quality to the next level by measuring insulating gas concentration with the Sparklike Laser Portable 2.0.

By doing this, they can promise to their customers the best IGU quality to meet the ever-tightening energy efficiency regulations. Cooperating in this project is the local distributor Polver to whom we would like to also express our gratitude. Here is Fakro’s story regarding the purchase:

“The purchase of Sparklike Laser Portable ™ 2.0 (for the non-destructive gas measurement) was caused by the need to increase the number of inspections of triple insulating glass units, which until now had been checked using a time-consuming and invasive measurement method. Thanks to the Sparklike mobile device, we will be able to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the inspections carried out both on the production line but also on-site, which will be an additional guarantee of the high quality of Fakro products” Ewa Łukaszczyk-Haslik, Director of Certification and Quality Control.

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