Temper all glass types with ease
Looking for a versatile tempering machine?
Here are three reasons why Glaston RC Series is your best choice
Capability to process any glass type, any thickness
- Widest versatility on the market
- From shower doors to architectural glazings
- Top or bottom Vortex convection options for the most flexible production and minimum operator input
Robust solution for continuous quality and output
- The most accurate and the most intelligent convection system
- Patented Roller Heat Control (RHC) for most responsive heating control
- Intelligent design for the lowest operating cost
Easiest to operate
- Smooth and easy operation with minimal effort
- Highest uptime and upgrade possibility
- Easiest maintenance and the best availability of spares and support in the market
Impressive tempering with innovative solutions
In the glass tempering business, versatility and flexibility are key to meeting growing customer demands.
The RC Series is designed to process all temperable glass types. It can be configured to meet even the highest capacity requirements with different convection options. The RC Series is always tailor-made to match your specific requirements.
Typically, increasing your production rate means compromising on glass quality. Thanks to the new RC Series heating system, the tempering line capacity is exactly what is promised – always.
The new RC Series includes even more heating accuracy and controllability than the previous generation. The result is better quality glass – consistently.
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“For nearly 25 years, our second-hand Glaston tempering line served customers with quality glass tempering. But after numerous upgrades and rebuilds, it was simply time to invest in a new tempering line. Glaston’s RC Series fit our needs. Now, we’re looking forward to operating it for the next 20+ years,” says Mats Pihlqvist, Site Manager at Industriglas AB in Jönköping, Sweden.Read more
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“We had an excellent opportunity to replace our two older tempering furnaces with one new Glaston RC Series line to reduce energy consumption, avoid problems with outdated spare parts and beef up our production with more automation,” says Samir Bou Obeid, Chairman of AURYS.Read more
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