RC-zone – Replacement of existing heating chamber

Convection with crosswise profiling


Three reasons for choosing RC-zone

1.

Extended machine lifetime with a completely new heating chamber

2.

Enables tempering of all temperable glasses

3.

Ease of use with Glaston iControL automation

Cost-efficient heating chamber upgrade


The Glaston RC-zone heating chamber upgrade with the latest iControL automation system is designed to be a quick and cost-efficient modification for your existing tempering line. The upgrade replaces a damaged or outdated furnace chamber and control system, helping you avoid acquiring a completely new tempering line.

With this upgrade, an existing damaged or outdated heating chamber can be quickly and easily replaced with a Glaston RC-based chamber. This upgrade allows the existing tempering line to meet the latest market demands for high glass quality and Low-E processing.

References


Press Glass Inc., U.S.A.

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Since establishing their presence in the US through an acquisition, Poland-based Press Glass has continued its brisk growth based on the same values that make it the #1 glass fabricator in Europe and the UK. The company’s latest US investment is a Glaston ProL convection control upgrade at its Ridgeway, Virginia, plant.

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Emirates Glass, UAE

#architectural #automation #flat glass tempering #glass tempering #iLooK #Jumbo Series #reference #safety glass #tempered glass

Emirates Glass LLC, one of the leading organizations in the glass industry and a long-time advocate of Glaston technology, continues its journey of innovation and quality enhancement with the installation of the Glaston Jumbo Series flat glass tempering line featuring Vortex Pro convection technology. This investment marks Emirates Glass’s commitment to delivering top-notch architectural glass solutions to the region and far beyond.

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Consolidated Glass, USA

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Brad Bartley and Lindsey Merryman at Consolidated Glass in the US are sharing their and their team’s experiences working with the Glaston laminating line.

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