Innovations at Glasstec 2012 - Heye International

Heye is proud to present a bunch of interesting innovations during Glasstec in the fields of Hot End, Cold End and Services. In the Hot End area you can learn more about our Assortment Production, now also available in NNPB.

Different weights on one IS-Machine, easy handling of samples and small article series are the key issues, whilst every gob is used.

The Heye Simotion® Servodrive is a successful, proven solution to control motion in the Hot End processes. Now a new compact version is available, applicable also as stand-alone version.

Process Intelligence becomes more and more important. The Heye Process Control, now available with the innovative Press Duration Control, sets today the standard in the market. Heye is proud to say that the world’s largest brewers insist on the adoption of the Heye Process Control.

Managing information is a key, also in the Cold End. The HiSHIELD information system collects all data and provides modules like production reporting, quality statistics or article tracing to the user. The Ranger camera check detection system is now successfully running in the market. Innovative features like intelligent cloud masking set this solution apart from competitors.

In the Services area, a new modularly structured TAA (Technical Assistance Agreement) concept is going to cover the demand in different customer situations. Project management for Greenfield or modernization projects as well as Hot End engineering are completing the portfolio.

You are kindly invited to visit us at our booth C15 in hall 14!

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We sincerely thank all our members, friends and visitors for being part of GlassOnWeb and its success during 2012.

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