HORN® starts heat-up process of Frigoglass´ 300 tpd furnace

HORN® starts heat-up process of Frigoglass´ 300 tpd furnace
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Date: 1 June 2021

HORN® has started the furnace heat-up process at glass packaging supplier Frigoglass' 300 t/d end fired furnace GF2 in Nigeria.

The heat-up started on Friday, 21 May. The first glass is expected on 2 June. The new container glass furnace manufactures glass in green and amber. The entire start-up process is and will further be supported by HORN® technicians. The project will be finished by mid of June 2021.

We would like to thank Frigoglass´ management and for the support of Mr Jagdish Agarwal as well as the management team in the execution of this fast project during the COVID-19 pandemic.

HORN® starts heat-up process of Frigoglass´ 300 tpd furnace

HORN® starts heat-up process of Frigoglass´ 300 tpd furnace

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