Stewart Engineers will be exhibiting at glasstec 2012 Hall 13, Booth C48-2

If you and/or others from your company will be at the show, it would be a good opportunity for us to discuss our products:  - AcuraCoat® on-line high performance CVD system for manufacturing reflective, solar control, Low E, anti-reflective, and PV-TCO coated glass products  - StewartFloat® float bath technology capable of producing soda lime, ultra-clear, borosilicate and aluminosilicate glass as thin as 0.5mm and as thick as 25mm with the ability to specify the tonnage, thickness, ribbon width, automation level, and sourcing. - AcuraFloat® float bath furnace design which integrates the StewartFloat® furnace with an AcuraCoat® CVD system specifically for PV-TCO coatings on ultra clear glassBring your ideas and desires, you will be pleased to see the interesting developments with which we can support you, including our new lehr gap coating system.Andrew Stewart and David Barbieri would like to meet with you to discuss your potential needs, our booth is in the North American Pavilion, Hall 13, Booth C48-2.

We look forward to your visit.

600450 Stewart Engineers will be exhibiting at glasstec 2012 Hall 13, Booth C48-2

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