Torlin Chemicals: Meet you in China Glass 2008

Date: 3 April 2008
Source: Torlin Chemicals
The 19th China International Glass Industrial Technical Exhibition (China Glass 2008) will be held at the China International Exhibition Center from April 10th to 13th in Beijing.

It has already become the largest event in Asia as well as the Top 3 exhibition in glass industry worldwide.

As the leading manufacturer of glass frosting powder/cream, automatic frosting machine and frosted glass in China, Torlin Chemicals (Shanghai) Co., LTD. will attend the exhibition. Jianhui Li, CEO and technical director of Torlin Chemicals, announces it's the seventh attendance in this exhibition since 2002, and will introduce the newly-developed glass frosting powder---low reflection glass frosting powder to the industry.

Please visit our booth at C# 194 & 195.

Glass frosted by this powder can lower the influence of surrounding light, reducing reflectance and improve the visible range and light level of monitor. Finished glass has been widely applied in museums, exhibitions, showcases and the screen of TV and computer.

For more information, please visit Torlin Chemicals` s official site at Also welcome to visit the factory.

600450 Torlin Chemicals: Meet you in China Glass 2008
Date: 3 April 2008
Source: Torlin Chemicals

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