GlastonAir-zone™

2 mm tempering capability with unique air flotation technology


Looking to temper thin glass? Three reasons for choosing GlastonAir-zone

1.

Record-breaking quality

2.

Thinnest safety glass

3.

Value chain efficiency

A completely new approach to glass heat treatment


GlastonAir represents a completely new approach to glass heat treatment. GlastonAir is not just an improved flat tempering machine, but a revolutionary innovation that changes some of the orthodox rules of glass tempering. It takes glass quality to a totally new level and enables you to create completely new products.

With its unique air flotation technology, GlastonAir gives you the quality and processing results that are impossible to reach with roller-type tempering furnaces. By supporting and heating the glass on a homogeneous bed of air, GlastonAir opens up brand-new business opportunities for you and your customers.

References


Mid-American Glass, US

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“Maggie gives us outstanding flexibility to temper 3 to 19 mm glass. Louie gives us purpose – to temper the best heat-strengthened and heavy commercial insulated glass,” says Michelle Magyar, President of Mid-American Glass.

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Al-Manna, Saudi Arabia

#architectural #automation #FC Series #flat glass tempering #glass tempering #Jumbo Series #reference #safety glass

“Our aim is to achieve the highest level of perfection with the glass we provide to the booming market in Saudi Arabia,” says Mr. Ibrahim and Mr. Dafeer Manna Al-Amri, who head up Al-Manna Glass in the country’s capital of Riyadh.

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Jaakko-Tuote, Finland

#flat glass laminating #laminating #ProL #ProL-zone #reference #upgrades

“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.

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