Pankokke: New glass loading system

As you know, the proportion of laminated glass to insulating glass is constantly on the increase. In order to do justice economically to this growing demand, it is necessary for the manufacturers of insulating glass to be able to cut the laminated glass efficiently with a minimum of waste.

The utilization of whole stock sheets presents itself as the solution. The insulating glass manufacturer needs a production line which has the flexibility to allow for the multiple glass types and can guarantee high productivity.
At the same time, this investment must stay within economic limits.
Pannkoke Flachglastechnik GmbH has for fifteen years successfully met these requirements for cutting laminated glass. The present application program covers the complete requirements for cutting laminated glass - from devided to whole stock sheets in manifold cutting line variants. SCAN-Glas in Denmark has gone a long way in increasing productivity with its decision for a Pannkoke laminated glass production line with a glass loading system.
All requirements were met in joint development with the customer.

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