Axiom Group, Australia

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Axiom Group moves into glass tempering with Glaston Tamglass RC200


After operating primarily in the balustrade industry for over 11 years, the Axiom Group chose to move into glass processing and tempering as a natural next step in the company’s evolution. The new direction has started off smoothly with the selection and installation of the Glaston RC200 tempering furnace for the new AXIGLASS™ range of tempered glass products.

“When we began looking for a tempering furnace, we asked around the industry for recommendations. We also looked at various models, but the Glaston Tamglass RC200 seemed to process glass best, with the reliability and quality we needed for our customers,” says Axiom’s spokesperson.

“Backup service is very important to Axiom to make sure that our production is running without disturbances. We’ve been very pleased with the full backup support received from Glaston. They understand exactly what we need. Glaston can also login directly to the machine, so we’re all on the same page so to speak.”

www.axiomgroup.com.au

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