Research And Innovation Are The Keys To Olivotto Success

Olivotto Glass Technologies, now incorporating Lynch Technologies, is the largest machine manufacturer in the world dedicated to the hollow glass industry for tableware and technical applications.

Research, innovation, on-going technological developments and merging of OLIVOTTO-ANTAS-LYNCH know-how as allowed the company to become a leading brand in the glass world, supplying “turn-key” systems, machines and services to fulfill any production need.

Scope of supply :

Feeders (mechanical and electronic)

Press and Blow machines (O’90 – H28 – PBB)

Press Machines (PV – GDS – MDP – LP) for tableware, ovenware and technical ware

Glass bricks and Glass Insulators lines

CRT presses

Twin Table machines for pitchers

Blow-Blow machines for tableware , ovenware, lab ware, light bulbs

Spinning machines

Stem Welding machines

Burn-off machines

Stretching machines

Multifunction machines for stemware production

Large Containers machines

Danner lines for any type of glass

Fire-Polishers (Rotary and linear)

Electronic control systems for stand-alone applications and complete lines

Revamping and Overhauling for all the above machines.

Engineering and services for turn-key projects

600450 Research And Innovation Are The Keys To Olivotto Success
Date: 24 September 2007

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