Keraglass is pleased to announce the release of its latest multifunction oven, the HST TOP 8 multi-­‐level kiln, concentrating several functions in the same machine: a) lamination of flat and bent glass;b) drying of different materials, like marble, ceramic and printed glass;c) implementation of HST process.The HST TOP 8 consists of one chamber that can be fitted with a vertical trolley for the HST process implementation, or with a 8-­‐level rack for lamination of curved and flat glass (of various size, shapes, and thickness) or for lamination of various combinations glass/marble and glass/ceramic, or for perfect drying of various materials, such as marble and ceramic to be subsequently laminated.The system is equipped with an elevator, a vertical trolley and a cutting table complete with film roll holder.

The concept behind the project is a machine capable of a multiplicity of functions, allowing various semi-­‐finished or finished products, using different features and capabilities of the machine itself.

The practical advantage of these features represents, for the user, an enriched range of available products, offering a larger and more diversified range of products on the market.

For the laminating technology Keraglass is in position to supply the EVA film, under the name of EVALEADER, characterized by high tensile strength, excellent transparency, outstanding cohesion, good temperature and humidity withstanding and long-­‐term reliability.

EVALEADER is available in different colours, thickness, size and width.

In addition EVALEADER film has obtained the european certification from “Centro Sperimentale del Vetro" di Venezia.

600450 HST TOP glassonweb.com
Date: 18 September 2012
Source: www.glasstec-online.com

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