With so much focus being placed on climate change, global warming, carbon emissions and energy efficiency, Llewella was very interested to take part in the presentations that will help to clarify the importance of energy efficient production methods for the glazing industry.
This year on stand J100 Bystronic Glass UK will focus mainly on thermal efficiency and the product advancements that will be introduced throughout 2007 that will assist manufacturers in achieving the important criteria relating to BS EN 1279.
Bystronic is synonymous for providing superior standards to the glass processing market and its leading market position will be clearly defined at Glassex with concise fifteen minute presentations, four times a day, all of which will be hosted by Miss Bailey.
Incorporated into the short seminars will be information on key industry issues relating in particular to warm edge technology as well as current trends in glass processing and cost efficient solutions for manufacturers.
With innovative system solutions, technologies and services for integrated glass applications, the company will be situated on stand J100 in the new energy efficiency zone at the exhibition.
Several products from the company’s gas filling range will be used for demonstration purposes including the Swiftgas and the new ESA Super Spacer applicator.
Additionally the company will present new and advanced product developments including the static X/Y craneway which will reinforce Bystronic’s commitment to provide products with lasting customer benefit, reliability and quality support services.
Steve Powell comments, “We were thrilled when Llewella agreed to take part in our on-stand exhibition this year knowing that as a television journalist this reflects the seriousness of thermal efficiency in association with major topical issues. Her presence will greatly assist in highlighting the important aspects for manufacturers relating to economical and reliable production methods.”