More than 50 customers visited LiSEC at their premises, enjoyed the live equipment demonstrations and showed much interest in the compact I.G. manufacturing solution FiT.Line.
Hands-on with the BSV-45ANK spacer frame bending system. The BSV-45ANK can handle all common spacer types.
Founded in 2003, today LiSEC U.K. is the first point to contact in regard of I.G. manufacturing, glass cutting, glass processing machines and integrated systems. On June 28 LiSEC invited everyone related to the flat glass industry to visit them in its premises in Telford. Live equipment demonstrations, presentations held by LiSEC Management board members and a delicious catering service throughout the day have been offered. More than 50 customers seized the opportunity for discussions and counselling talks in a relaxed atmosphere.
During the day, LiSEC highlighted its new entry level I.G. manufacturing concept, the FiT.Line. Whether it’s box spacer, flexible spacer, double or triple I.G. units with shapes or up to 3 steps, gas-filled or not – FiT.Line is the perfect system for state of the art insulating glass production.
The concept found great interest by the visitors. The FiT.Line configuration presented during the Open Day has been sold directly at the event. Andrew Boardman, CEO of Northern Express Glass Ltd., bought the system as he was convinced by the top performance/cost-ratio. The line, containing an automatic gas filling press, will be installed within the next weeks. Additional equipment presented were the automatic spacer bending machine BSV-45ANK and the butyl extruder LBH-25V. With the BSV-45ANK LiSEC demonstrated it’s expertise in spacer bending systems. The machine can handle all different types of profiles made of Aluminum, Steel, Stainless Steel, PVC, SWISSPACER and other composite materials.
Andrew Boardman (3rd from left), CEO of Northern Express Glass Ltd., was so committed to the FiT.Line, he decided to buy the line presented at the show. Here: Karl Gruber, CEO of the LiSEC Group, sealing the deal.
Delightful dinner after the open day
After a successful Open Day Event, LiSEC invited to a dinner at Madeley Court Hotel in Telford. At the beginnings Karl Gruber, CEO of the LiSEC Group, held a short speech giving an overview of LiSECs history and future plans. Following, the guests enjoyed a delightful dinner and the elegant atmosphere. After an outstanding show of a star comedian the great evening ended with evoking talks about future projects.