Float Glass Industries’ investment further enhances glass quality

Float Glass Industries will shortly take delivery of a For.El. EM6028 2.8m Automatic Vertical Edge Processing Machine.  Dawn Offland, FGI’s Joint Managing Director, said, “We constantly strive to give our customers the best quality and service in the industry.

This latest investment will help us to deliver on this commitment.”
The machine will offer a wealth of benefits to the business and its customers. Historically, with most toughening furnaces, thick and solar glass types were very difficult to toughen without an element of surface imperfections.

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