Nikolaus Sorg GmbH & Co KG

As in previous years, the SORG® Group of Companies will be exhibiting at the glasstec fair in Düsseldorf, to be held this year from 28th October to 1st November.

Taking a new approach to the exhibition, a different subject will be highlighted on the SORG stand each day. ·On Monday 28th October a new, comprehensive SORG brochure covering the full range of equipment for furnaces and forehearths will be presented. ·The following day the reduction of NOx emissions will be the centre of attention. ·Wednesday 30th October the main feature will be a Problem Workshop, with the complete team of SORG technical department managers present to answer questions and discuss technical problems.·Thursday is dedicated to the subject of melting and conditioning of the borosilicate glasses, and three of the Companies senior engineers will be present, who have first hand experience of the subject. ·Finally, on Friday, 1st November the spotlight will be turned onto those systems which are used to improve glass quality, including boosters, bubblers and forehearth drains.However, stand 15C38 in hall 15 is not devoted solely to technical matters.As in previous years, the SORG stand will also feature Lohrer Bier, specially “imported” from Lohr am Main, the home of SORG.

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Date: 28 September 2002
Source: Sorg

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