Looking to temper thick glass? Three reasons for choosing Axial Blower
Energy savings in thick glass tempering
Cost efficient upgrade
Low noise level
Temper thick glass up to 19 mm
The Axial Blower has been developed for Glaston tempering furnaces to provide energy savings in tempering thick glass up to 19 mm.
Adding an axial blower to your tempering line reduces energy costs since thick glass of 8–19 mm can be tempered more energy efficiently with optimized tempering pressure.
Using the axial blower for thick glass tempering reduces the running hours and thus service work needed to maintain the centrifugal blowers.
BVGlazing Systems, Canada
#architectural #FC Series #Flat tempering #RC Series
"Glass has become a feature of the building – not just something you’re looking through. That’s why all the glass we deliver must be of the highest possible quality,” says Andrew Dolphin, General Manager Glass Operations at BVGlazing in Toronto. “Glaston’s RC350 and FC500 have helped us expand our business to greater capacity with outstanding glass quality.”Read more
AGP, New Zealand
#architectural #architectural glass #FC Series #iLooK
"We designed our brand-new plant to deliver high performance results, combining our vision for machinery with our personnel selection to offer a superior product and service to our customers. We chose two Glaston FC tempering lines for repeatable and reliable quality results,” says David Bunting, General Manager of Architectural Glass Products (AGP)."Read more
#architectural #Flat tempering #RC Series #Upgrades
“We’ve always been an important partner to the large window manufacturers in Finland. Listening to their needs and responding has helped us stay competitive in this market,” Tommi Nousiainen, CEO of PLG in Finland, explains. “We were not specifically looking for a tempering furnace. But when our customers began to require high-quality tempered glass, we moved swiftly ahead with an entry-level Glaston RC model. Since then, we have already been able to upgrade the line twice in response to the rapidly evolving market.”Read more
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