Three reasons for choosing bottom heating element recycling service
High quality craftmanship
Maintain heating elements in a green and progressive way
Cost effective solution for replacing broken heating elements
At Glaston, we support your recycling
Glaston FC and RC Series heating elements are handmade. That’s why they require high-quality craftsmanship not only when being manufactured, but also when they need repair.
Glaston heating element recycling service has been established in response to our customers’ requests. It helps you maintain your heating elements in a green and progressive way.
Washington Art Glass, UK
#Flat tempering #RC Series
“We’re the new kids on the block with our latest offering of digital ceramic printing on glass, bringing affordability to one-off glass pieces that can be tempered into a long-lasting masterpiece. It was all by chance that we met Dip-Tech at Glasstec in Dusseldorf in 2016. After 18 months, we’ve brought our business idea to fruition,” says Charlie Hill, owner of Washington Art Glass in Tyne and Wear, UK. “The key to our success has been an investment in Glaston’s RC Series tempering furnace for top-quality, flat glass results.”Read more
Tristar Glass, Inc., U.S.A.
#Heating chamber replacement #ProL #Upgrades
“I was very impressed at how quickly we were able to install the new ProL-zone upgrade on our existing lamination line – only 3.5 days – and I’ve been equally impressed with the high-quality output,” says Rob Carlson, Mechanical Engineer at Tristar Glass, Inc.’s Tulsa, Oklahoma facility. “Glaston’s convection technology has exceeded every expectation. The system really does work as well as they said it would – maybe even better!”Read more
Super Sealed Units, UK
“With growing demands in our market, we needed to bring our older Glaston furnace up to modern standards. Thanks to the installation done over Christmas break, we were able to save time – to get up and running quickly at the start of the year,” says Sanjay Meghani, Director, at Super Sealed Units Ltd in Dunstable, UK. “Today, we are able to temper higher performance glass, achieve flatter results and utilize the full furnace bed for greater volumes.”Read more
#AskGlaston Episode 47: Is it possible to eliminate the white stripe by lowering the speed of the furnace?
This week, we are dealing with these three questions: Is it possible to eliminate the white stripe by lowering the line speed in the furnace to 50 mm per second?...Read more
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Blowers are critical components in flat tempering lines, driving quenching air into the chiller section to keep production flowing smoothly. Each line normally has...Read more
#AskGlaston Episode 37: Why does glass come out of a tempering furnace with very small dents on it?
This week, we are dealing with the following question: Why does glass come out of a tempering furnace with very small dents on it, as if small pieces of glass had...Read more