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Glaston has closed a deal for a FC Series tempering furnace with Czech company AGC Processing Teplice.
Cardinal invests in proven quality control solution. Partners with FeneTech and implements the FeneVision Line Scanner.
IGE Glass Technologies, Inc. has a long history of serving the needs of North America’s glass industry. It is pleased to offer a great resource on tools and supplies that can make glass fabrication businesses more efficient and profitable!
On March 1, 2018, Janne Puhakka, took over the newly-created position of ICT Director. He’s excited to help Glaston change from being a production-driven company to a more service- and data-driven one.
Glaston has closed a deal for a RC Series flat tempering line for processing extra long glasses up to 12 meters, to  Novavetro located in San Severino Marche, Italy.
Glasstech Asia 2018 in conjunction with Fenestration Asia 2018.
One of the leading events in global glass industry, Glass Performance Days, was held for the fourth time in Istanbul this spring.
Mappi confirms once again its presence to our Latin America events.
Vesuvius has announced legal action taken to protect their intellectual property rights associated with Smartly Driven™ roll patents and end cap attachment technology.
At this expo, LandGlass will present their fully tempered vacuum insulated glass - LandVac, along with the LandVac thermal insulation showcase, demonstrating on-site the outstanding performance of this product.
Bendheim won prestigious awards for their Decorative Glass Rainscreens and VintageWire architectural glass thanks to its collaboration with Mappi and its tempering furnaces.
Insight on Tempered Glass Window Trends.
In addition to the full range of technical solutions for flat and bent tempered glass applications LandGlass is also going to present LandVac - the fully tempered vacuum insulated glass at this expo.
A recently completed research project investigated the development of a standardised and non-destructive test method for determining anisotropies.
"Transparent glass" is the name of a project with the aim of assessing and optimising the quality of toughened and heat-strengthened (semi-tempered) glass achieved using photoelastic methods.
Hitherto it has only been possible to determine the product quality of thermally tempered glass by means of destructive testing.

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Learn about the first step we take in maintaining tempered glass quality standards.
Although anisotropy is inevitable when heat treating glass a major breakthrough took place in the industry in 2016 by developing an on-line anisotropy visualisation equipment.
Incidents in Melbourne of ‘spontaneous’ glass breakage are more about the construction industry forgetting the lessons of the past than ‘cheap’ Chinese imports.
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).
We’ll help you meet the spec with our knowledge of the glass tempering process.
Keeping impurities away from the glass is imperative in the glass tempering process. These impurities can cause damage resulting in a product that doesn’t live up to aesthetic standards, won’t meet a client specification or is completely unusable.
Glass makes modern life possible, from our coffee makers, fireplaces, and induction cooktops to oil pipelines, syringes, lasers, and more.
Have you ever wondered exactly what it means when people talk about things like strengthened and chemically treated glass?
Skaala was founded in 1956 as a one-man company. The father of the two current owners, Hannu and Markku Hautanen, was a carpenter and already in those days, he processed glass while repairing doors and windows.
In August 2013, the LiSEC development team started a major project with the mission: redesign of the tempering furnaces in order to save manufacturing costs and at the same time increase the process reliability. Result: the AEROFLAT.
“Thank you for all the services your company has provided for us. We really appreciate all, the great installation and startup of the RC200™. We are very happy with the outcome of our new furnace.”
Furnaces are currently inspected on a regular basis with thermal imaging sensors and other techniques that heavily rely on experience of the plant personnel.

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