StewartFloat® Furnace in South America

Date: 16 November 2011
Source: Stewart Engineers
Stewart Engineers recently signed a new contract to provide StewartFloat® furnace design and technology in South America.

The glass manufacturing facility will have a daily production capacity of 800 metric tonnes with a thickness range of 2-19mm and will produce glass for both the architectural and automotive markets. The start-up of the new line is scheduled for 2013.

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Date: 16 November 2011
Source: Stewart Engineers

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