Softsolution: Successful partnership with company WOON-TECH

Successful partnership with company WOON-TECH
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We are very proud to report the successful partnership between SOFTSOLUTION and WOON-TECH.

Today, Woon-Tech, as part of the HMI Cardinal family, provides shower enclosures, commercial glazing systems, artisan glass and specialty glass products – www.woon-tech.com.

Since November 2018, Woon-Tech is using a CulletScanner from SOFTSOLUTION to get the break pattern test to a professional level. Every tested lite will be automatically analyzed, checked against the requested norm, have a certificate printed and all details will be stored in a digital format for years.

Chip Rogers states “This is another step for us to provide the safest and highest quality glass, proven by a fully automatic system, to our clients. It was the right decision to partner with SOFTSOLUTION.”

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