ProL-zone – Recharge any laminating line

Full convection furnace upgrade with pressing unit for all laminating lines


Looking to upgrade your existing laminating line? Three reasons for choosing ProL-zone

1.

Unmatched yield & output

  • Easiest mixed production on the market
  • No changeover time between products
  • Precision and efficiency throughout the line

2.

Lowest operating cost – highest profitability

  • Lowest energy consumption – up to 50% in energy savings
  • Lowest maintenance needs, highest uptime
  • Lowest waste

3.

Fastest installation & commissioning

  • Available for ANY laminating line
  • From shutdown to startup in only a few days
  • Easy-to-upgrade modular design makes it a future-proof choice

Press Start in the morning, Stop in the evening


ProL-zone full convection laminating furnace upgrade is designed to be a quick and cost-efficient modification for your existing laminating line. The upgrade replaces damaged or outdated heating chamber.

We have made ProL-zone as easy as possible to operate. The process is practically recipe-free. You only need to put in one parameter – and the rest will take care of itself. No more trial and error with juggling a number of variables.

The very concept of ProL-zone is based on reaching a production capacity balance with Low-E and clear glass. ProL-zone uses full convection technology, which does not differentiate between glass types or product modes. The convection system provides extremely even heat uniformity, giving you consistently superb glass quality and an up to 100% capacity increase compared with traditional infrared heating.

ProL-zone’s full convection technology gives you the best possible control over the chamber temperature. This eliminates heat loss, which means considerable savings in energy costs.

References


Jaakko-Tuote, Finland

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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.

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Full Glass, Peru

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“We are very satisfied with the quality of our new RC Series tempering line and the glass it produces. The Vortex Pro convection control system is excellent. The furnace made by Glaston China is just as well manufactured as the previous furnace we bought from Glaston’s factory in Finland,” says Frank Calderón Gómez, Managing Director at Full Glass in Lima, Peru.

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AGC Interpane, Germany

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“I walk through our insulating glass production facility every day with pride,” says Daniel Bruckelt, Production Manager Insulating Glass of AGC Interpane in Plattling, Germany. “Not just because everything is so well organized and structured, but also because Glaston has given us a coherent concept for our unique insulating glass (IG) production. And this is what allows us to remain top-of-mind for challenging world-class projects.”

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