Positive Results for Viprotron Via The Glass Machinery Company

Since appointing The Glass Machinery Company earlier this year there has been substantial interest in Viprotron’s scanning range the company reports.

The German glass scanning manufacturer provides optical quality control scanning equipment specifically for the glass machinery sector.

The Glass Machinery Company has recently completed two entry level solutions in the UK which have been integrated into existing glass processing lines to provide the highest standards possible in quality control. Phil Birchall, Managing Director at The Glass Machinery Company considers the capabilities of the machinery combined with the competitive pricing have brought about a growing interest in the scanning equipment. Additionally he believes that as there are no yearly software charges manufacturers are reassured by the reliability of the equipment Viprotron is associated with some of the worlds leading glass machinery providers with a variety of equipment now installed across the globe.

It has seen considerable growth over the last few years, primarily due to production standards, product developments and a focus on market trends. Scanner technology now exists in many modern processing facilities as the quality guarantees ensure a reduction in customer complaints. With a large number of quality scanners in operation in the insulation glass industry, these devices give visual guidelines during production, providing manufacturers with significant cost savings.

For the UK market, Phil Birchall, Managing Director at The Glass Machinery Company considers the well-engineered products from Viprotron will greatly reduce quality issues along the production line process which ultimately will provide customer satisfaction.

Phil Birchall comments, “As the challenges in glass production continue the innovative ideas introduced by Viprotron guarantee technical advantages, as glass processors are beginning to recognize. The various Quality Scanner products offer specially adapted inspection systems for a wide variety of flat glass processing arenas. These systems accommodate the specific requirements of the respective process as well as the general operational method of the relevant production system.”

Viprotron Quality Scanner technology has been successfully implemented within flat glass processing and finishing areas including, insulated, tempered, glass processing, laminated glass and solar glass production. Phil continues, “We are committed to delivering only the best quality control products to ensure customers gain significant advantages in relation to production methods and output”

The control systems from Viprotron include an innovative range of image processing solutions that can be easily integrated into highly sophisticated IG technology. Phil Birchall, concludes: “Our customers have recognized that we can offer improved quality with less rejects while at the same time the equipment optimizes production methods. During challenging industry times this is a huge advantage. The Viprotron range has proved a positive addition to our range in helping our customers to improve efficiency and profit margins.”

For more information on the Viprotron range of products please visit The Glass Machinery website www.theglassmachinerycompany.co.uk or call 01630 638555

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Date: 25 September 2012
Source: The Glass Machinery

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