Horn: ZeroCO2Glas - emission-free glass melting

ZeroCO2Glas - emission-free glass melting
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Horn Glass Industries

Date: 22 April 2024

The most modern control technology is used in the ZeroCO2Glas test furnace. Horn software engineers create the control system with individually adapted process screens.

The production of the control cabinets is running at full speed at the same time. The ZeroCO2Glas project is a collaboration between RWTH Aachen, IPGR, Wiegand-Glas and HORN. The experience gained from the test facility will make glass production even more sustainable and further reduce the CO2 footprint.

Further interesting products at https://www.hornglass.com/products

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