Successfully protecting flat glass, 30 years of corporate history…

30 years of corporate history – Market and technology leaders thanks to reliable powder application systems.

For flat glass manufacturers and finishers wishing to protect their products from damage or influences that could degrade quality, there’s no way around the experts at IfG Ingenieurbüro für Glastechnik GmbH.

The company is located in Waiblingen, near Stuttgart, and designs, manufactures and maintains customized EPS units used to spray powder on glass.

IfG Glastechnik has continuously improved its highly efficient technology, working in close cooperation with system partners Grafix GmbH and KSL Staubtechnik GmbH.

In the meantime this economical glass protection process has established a fine reputation in the plate glass manufacturing and coating industry all around the world, and in the solar energy and automotive sectors, too.

 

600450 Successfully protecting flat glass, 30 years of corporate history… glassonweb.com
Date: 9 October 2012
Source: www.ifg-gmbh.de

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