New Zyarock® Fused Silica Factory In Beaver Falls, USA

Date: 15 December 2007
Source: Vesuvius
Vesuvius glass tempering roller technology producer, and the Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania operations are the platform for servicing the Americas with a fully integrated line of advanced refractories for glass, metallurgical, and photovoltaic applications.

Continuing the global standardization and best practices strategies, and the commitment to continuous improvement, Vesuvius has moved this Zyarock® fused silica factory into  new state-of-the-art facilities. Process improvements, systems upgrades, and significant investment in plant and equipment have been made to ensure product quality, consistency,  and reliability.

Vesuvius also provides technical seminars, glass analysis and laboratory services, roll  stocking programs, and FOC service calls.

600450 New Zyarock® Fused Silica Factory In Beaver Falls, USA

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