Wiegand Glas - Order for cullet house and cullet transport

At the start of the year, we received an order from the container glass manufacturer Wiegand Glas for turnkey delivery of a cullet house and transport system to all four furnaces at the Steinbach am Wald location.

Besides the cullet house itself the scope of delivery also entails the software planning and the complete control system.Also the steelworks, assembly and commissioning are part of the job.

The cullet house serves to store own cullet, intermediate cullet, special cullet and fine-grain. Three independent transport systems provide maximum flexibility of the total system for supplying the four furnaces with cullet. As Wiegand Glas works with a very high share of cullet, this system will in future portray a very important role in the melting material supply in Steinbach plant.   

A further order for this project reached us from company Mogensen in Wedel.    

The company Mogensen is building one of the currently most modern and largest recycling glass processing systems for Wiegand Glas. We are pleased to be providing the entire conveying engineering for this.

600450 Wiegand Glas - Order for cullet house and cullet transport glassonweb.com
Date: 25 February 2014
Source: www.zippe.de

See more news about:

Others also read

On December 18th, a provisional agreement was reached between the three institutions on the waste package.
According to calculations made by Interseroh, which is an independent verifying unit, PRESS GLASS saved 562 tons of natural resources in all its plants in 2016.
Strategic Materials, Inc. today announced the expansion of its North American manufacturing footprint by opening a new, state-of-the-art glass processing plant in Delavan, Wisconsin.
A call for applications to an £18 million Circular Economy Investment Fund brought together people from across the building, demolition, waste processing and glass industries this week.
Strategic Materials is the industry leader in recovering and processing post-consumer and post-industrial glass in North America.
British Glass will be co-hosting an event to discuss and present ideas for how a flat glass recovery network could operate in Scotland – linked to Zero Waste Scotland’s call for applications to the country’s £18 million Circular Economy Investment Fund from initiatives to increase flat glass recover

Add new comment