Looking to reach the highest quality for all types of laminated glass?
Here are three reasons why Glaston ProL is your best choice
Unmatched yield and output
- Easiest mixed production on the market
- No changeover time between products
- Precision and efficiency throughout the line
Lowest operating cost – highest profitability
- Lowest energy consumption – up to 50% in energy savings
- Lowest maintenance needs, highest uptime
- Lowest waste
Lifetime business growth
- Capacity and automation levels to match your specific needs
- Modular design, easy to upgrade
- Future-proof choice with ever-evolving Glaston technologies and services
Revolutionize the production of laminated glass
For optimal efficiency, you need to be able to customize glass sizes and shapes, use asymmetrical laminates and Low-E glass, as well as handle different PVB widths and colors.
The very concept of ProL is based on reaching a production capacity balance with Low-E and clear glass. ProL uses full convection technology, which does not differentiate between glass types or product modes.
The convection system provides accurate and optimized heat transfer, giving you consistently superb glass quality and an up to 100% capacity increase compared to traditional infrared heating.
Further intelligence can be added to the process control and heating system with optional ProL Autopilot and ProL convection control features.
Consolidated Glass Corporation, U.S.A.
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“We saw the move into laminating glass as an exciting opportunity to explore. It gives us an open door to many new areas, such as security, acoustic and decorative glass. After thoroughly reviewing six lines, we chose Glaston’s ProL lamination thanks to its convection heating and simplicity,” say Consolidated Glass Corporation’s Brad Bartley, General Manager, and Lindsey Merryman, Lamination Line Program Manager.Read more
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“The idea of investing in Glaston’s ProL-zone laminating furnace started as an R&D project for us. We wanted to see how it functions on one of our own safety glass lamination machines built in-house. The goal for us is to raise capacity and improve our lamination line’s energy efficiency. We’re starting an extremely demanding safety glass project and plan to put ProL-zone to the test,” says Aki Harjunpää, CEO of Jaakko-Tuote, Finland.Read more
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