Glasstec 2012 - Talk to The Inspection Expert

If you are looking for a way to optimize your production process through reliable process control while increasing the product quality of your glass, Dr.

Schenk is your partner of choice.

Whether you produce float or low-E glass, down draw glass and further refine those glasses through a coating, grinding, drilling, facetting, mattening, structuring or curing process - Dr. Schenk is the technology leader for inspection of glass through all manufacturing steps and for a variety of applications.

GlassInspect and GlassMeasure offer detection of local defects and monitoring & measurement of overall material properties. Together they are a complete solution for the inspection and monitoring of e.g.

- architectural glass (cosmetic properties, such as scratches or inclusions)

- security glass

- display glass

- automotive glass (security related aspects, such as coating layer homogeneity)

For the inspection of crystalline and thin film solar modules solar manufacturers trust SolarInspect and SolarMeasure for the detection and monitoring of e.g. cleaning residues, edge defects or layer thickness.

Talk to us about your requirements and find out how you can optimize your glass production process to achieve better quality and reduce costs. You will find Dr. Schenk at booth # 14C22 in hall B14 where you can see a demo system in action.

600450 Glasstec 2012 - Talk to The Inspection Expert
Date: 16 October 2012

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