Tamglass: A new era in glass tempering process technology is beginning at glasstec 2006

Date: 30 August 2006
Source: Tamglass
Glass processing is easier than ever before. Ease of operation, high yield, evenly high quality and flexibility are all features that glass processors are looking for.

An answer to this demand is available. The latest profiled convection technology together with automatic process control starts the next generation of safety glass processing.

This new tempering technology is ideal for flexible production of architectural and IG glasses. Reduced production costs are achieved by the convection booster technology that circulates hot air in the process. Tempering of high quality Super Low-E glasses is easier than ever before thanks to truly automatic process control. Key properties are measured (glass thickness, emissivity and glass load) and furnace settings automatically created for easy operation and fast production.

The new Tamglass process control enables the use of automation on a larger scale prior to tempering in the spirit of the One-Stop-Partner concept.

Get the benefits of the market leader’s new technology. Visit the Tamglass and Bavelloni booth at glasstec 2006 and learn more on how to improve your business.

Visit us in Hall 16! Our stand number is 16 C 57-59.
Glaston Technologies, a division of stock exchange-listed Kyro Technologies, is the leading supplier of glass processing machinery, with a complete product range of Z. Bavelloni’s pre-processing machinery and Tamglass’ safety glass processing lines. Its customer service network is the largest in the glass industry. Tamglass has delivered over 1,900 machines globally, of which over 1,200 are flat tempering lines. Z. Bavelloni’s machine base covers more than 100 countries, with over 19,000 deliveries.

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Date: 30 August 2006
Source: Tamglass

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