Service Upgrade Kits for older IG Manufacturing Equipment
Electronic components are discontinued?
This happens faster than you think and 1:1 replacement is almost never possible. In the event of damage, you first have to make complex hardware and software adjustments in order to be able to produce again. Long downtimes are then unavoidable.
Earn money reliably even with our older machines
Avoid financial losses due to incalculable situations. Our specialists from the Glaston Service Upgrade Team analyse your system. You will receive a qualified risk analysis from us, which will serve as a basis for decisions on how to proceed.
Various upgrade kits available
We have developed and prepared various upgrade kits for you, which we offer at a calculable fixed price plus installation costs. Leave nothing to chance – be proactive and upgrade your IG manufacturing equipment now!
All at a glance.
The procedure step by step:
- Hardware components that are no longer available must be replaced
- Within a few weeks, we deliver prepared upgrade kits, install them in your systems and make any necessary adjustments
- Plannable conversion duration, e.g. by use of maintenance slots
- Afterwards, the new components are again available from stock
- Training of your staff through instruction in the new components
- Updating of the machine documentation and modification of the spare parts lists
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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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“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.Read more
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#architectural #IG unit #insulating glass #TPS #VARIO
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