Tim Widner at Lippert Components in the US is sharing his and his team’s experiences working with the Glaston glass processing machinery.
On 6 February, the European Commission presented its proposal for an ambitious 90% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2040.
In the ever-evolving landscape of sustainable living and energy efficiency, the Glass for Europe manifesto for 2024-2029 emerges as a guiding light towards a greener future.
Glasstech Asia and Fenestration Asia 2023: A resounding success marks the revival of industry connections
A focus on high-performance glazing
Vitro emissions™ Carbon & Energy Calculator models energy consumption and embodied and operational carbon emissions in various standard buildings.
Executives from Glass for Europe member companies introduce the challenges and opportunities faced by Europe’s flat glass sector and present concrete policy priorities for the next mandate.
Adelio Lattuada Srl reports on the second stop of their journey to Italian glassworks: they are in Giussano, at IVAC!
Embarking on a journey of innovation and design at GlassTech & Fenestration Asia 2023 within the esteemed BAU Network!
Read more about the company and watch the interview at Step Change 2023 Base Camp in June.
eLstar Dynamics on episode #11 of Step Change 2023 series, presenting their technologies.
Relive all the best moments of GlassBuild 2023!
2MH Glas on episode #10 of Step Change 2023 series, presenting their technologies.
Updates from exhibitors and event highlights!
In this episode, Gennadi Schadrin, Director Research & Development IG, shares insights into its creation and the remarkable benefits it brings to glass processors.
This is the first video in Glaston's new #AskGlaston Insulating Glass Manufacturing Series.
Color Depth is a material-based research project investigating the optical and structural properties of thick glass.
In the second episode of #AskGlaston Flat Tempering Series, we will talk about the new solution to estimate the stress level in glass – online.
This first episode is devoted to the white haze phenomenon – one of the most asked about issues in the history of #AskGlaston.
Glaston is working hard to make tempering furnaces more automated.
That’s an excellent question! It really is true that SentryGlass is more difficult to laminate in many aspects than standard PVB. But if we first think of what SentryGlass has been designed for, it is to give structural strength to the laminate.
It is a very known behavior that the glass fragmentation depends on where you break the glass.
We’ll help you meet the spec with our knowledge of the glass tempering process.