New solar and architectural furnace solutions from Glaston

Date: 25 October 2008
Source: Glaston Corporation
Glaston’s Heat Treatment future product development diversified by solar strategy Glaston’s strategy emphasises development of new more efficient production technologies for future architectural and solar glass heat treatment.

Glaston offers new solutions for solar and architectural market, where the quality of glass is crucially essential.

The Tamglass CHF ProTM for architectural and PV solar glass tempering

The widely respected continuous flat tempering machine family, the Tamglass CHF, has been enlarged by the new CHF ProTM model. CHF ProTM is especially developed for PV solar and architectural glass tempering where the highest quality of glass with high capacity and reliability are necessities. CHF ProTM design is based on Tamglass innovations in convection heating technology and control systems to reduce overall energy consumption and improve product quality.

The Tamglass ESU EcoPower to fulfill the demands of curved solar glass

Almost 40 years’ expertise in bending technology has made it easy to develop an answer to the increasing demands of curved solar glass. Combining the best knowhow in the market and the latest technology, Glaston has developed a technology to the growing demands of different types of bent glasses for Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) solutions. The new Tamglass ESU EcoPower automatic bending furnace shapes the glass at the focal point of the reflector with extreme accuracy. ESU EcoPower has a serial bending with radiation and heat recovery assisted convection for an accurate and energy efficient process.

For more information please contact:

Mr. Topi Saarenhovi,

SVP, Heat Treatment

Tel. +358 (0)10 500 500


Mr. Mauri Saksala, Director,

Product Support, Heat Treatment

Tel. +358 (0)10 500 500


Heat Treatment Technology - Tamglass Brand

Heat Treatment’s product offering covers all glass sizes and quality requirements for architectural glass industry. Tamglass flat tempering furnaces are in use in numerous glass processing companies world-wide. Also with the modern technologies offered under the Tamglass brand, new exciting shapes can be given to the safety glass surrounding us. Tamglass is known as the reliable brand for safety glass machinery for the architectural, solar, appliance and automotive glass industries. Tamglass has delivered over 2,000 safety glass production lines to more than 70 countries. Tamglass is a trademark of Glaston corporation.

Glaston Corporation

Glaston Corporation is a growing and global glass technology group. As the leading supplier of glass processing machines in the world and a One-Stop-Partner for glass processors, its product range and service network are the most extensive in the industry. Glaston’s well-known brands are Bavelloni in pre-processing machines and tools, Tamglass and Uniglass in safety glass machines, and Albat+Wirsam in software solutions.

Glaston’s own glass processing unit, Tamglass Glass Processing, is a manufacturer of high quality safety glass products, and operates in Finland. Glaston’s share (GLA1V) is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Ltd, Mid Cap List.

600450 New solar and architectural furnace solutions from Glaston
Date: 25 October 2008
Source: Glaston Corporation

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