High speed combined with efficient tempering: Glaston’s new CHF Pro fits the high volume needs of the solar industry

At the Glasstec 2008 exhibition 21 - 25 October in Düsseldorf, Glaston brings an enlargement to the widely respected flat tempering machine family, the Tamglass CHF.

The new CHF Pro is also presented at the GlassBuild America show 6 - 8 October in Las Vegas.

The Tamglass CHF Pro model is a new and improved version of the Tamglass CHF which has been especially developed for solar and architectural glass tempering where the highest quality of glass with high capacity and reliability are necessities.

The CHF Pro features proprietary technology that gives the machine the capability to heat treat glass with improved distortion characteristics while reducing power consumption per each sheet.

The new technology improves the glass quality and consistency while increasing throughput. Advanced features coupled with Glaston’s years of experience are well suited for high volume applications as well as challenging parts.

High speed and high production rates coupled with ease of system integration have been the trademarks of the CHF line of products. This technology lends itself perfectly to the needs of solar, appliance and architectural industries.

“We listened to our customers and have a product that is faster, more consistent and more reliable”, says Eric Tyira, Product Manager of the CHF.

“The CHF is a great product. The CHF Pro takes it to the next level”, continues Eric. “Low energy consumption and flexible loading are just a few of the advantages of the CHF Pro.”

Further information at www.glaston.net/chfpro or pls contact: Mr Eric Tyira, Product Manager, Glaston USA Inc. tel. + 1 609 923 7543, eric.tyira@glaston.net

About Glaston

Glaston Corporation is a growing and international glass technology company. Glaston is the global market leader in glass processing machines and a comprehensive One-Stop-Partner supplier to its customers. Its product range and service network are the most extensive in the industry. Glaston’s well-known brands are Bavelloni, in pre–processing machines and tools, Tamglass and Uniglass in safety glass machines and Albat+Wirsam in software solutions.

Glaston’s own glass processing unit, Tamglass Glass Processing, is a manufacturer of high quality safety glass products, and operates in Finland. Glaston’s share (GLA1V) is listed on the OMX Nordic Exchange Helsinki Mid Cap List. Consolidated net sales in 2007 were EUR 269.8 million. Glaston had about 1,400 employees at the end of the year. Glaston has machine manufacturing in six countries on four continents and sales& maintenance in nearly 30 countries.

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