On March 24, Glass for Europe introduced MEP Christian Doleschal, rapporteur on the revision of the Construction Product Regulation, to the world of flat glass during a visit to the NSG plant in Weiherhammer.
Power consumption of the glass tempering furnace refers to the amount of electric energy consumed in the process of tempering certain quantity of glass. The measuring unit commonly used is the kilowatt hour (KWh).
In home settings, many people want glass windows for the view, but worry about having to install additional curtains or blinds for their privacy. In office settings, many want glass partitions for their meeting rooms, but worry about privacy not being achieved.
Sanshiba Shozai of Japan chose to be the first glass processor in the world to invest in Glaston’s latest GlastonInsight™,the intelligent online assistance system, at the same time as it ordered the Glaston RC350™ tempering furnace.