Whatever Size Your Business, Glaston Grows With You

Date: 26 October 2009
Source: Glaston
At Vitrum 2009 Glaston will be introducing two new tempering lines for extreme sizes. Easy way to start tempering Tamglass Compact 1224™ provides Glaston’s well-known quality and machine reliability, while remaining an economical solution with a fast payback time.

The CompactTM product series consists of two comprehensive product packages, both providing the features needed in today’s world of tempering. Both offer a reliable solution for tempering with low power requirements and a small footprint.
 
“That’s because they have been specifically designed for easy installation and operation,” confirms Mr. Topi Saarenhovi, Senior Vice President, Glaston Machines. “Entering the tempering business with our latest CompactTM line is now easier than ever.”
 
For more information about Tamglass Compact, please visit product page.
 
For even jumbo sizes
 
Another new introduction is the Tamglass ProE MAGNUM+™ series that provides the most reliable way to temper even the largest glass sizes up to 9600 mm and 12000 mm.
 
Superior quality is guaranteed according to Mr. Miika Äppelqvist, Product Manager of Glaston Flat Tempering Machines, “with the special furnace 3D heating system and massive heater structure for balanced heating control. An integrated pass-through quench enables heat-strengthening of up to 12 m loadings with up to 12 mm sheets that conform to EN 1863 and ASTM 1048 standards.” The strong, proven furnace construction features a long lifetime.
 
For more information about ProE MAGNUM+, please visit product page.

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