Three reasons for choosing the Variable-Speed Blower Control System
Energy savings through better overall energy efficiency
Excellent tempering pressure-energy ratio
Higher productivity with reduced changeover time
The highest quenching energy efficiency
The Variable-Speed Blower Control System (S™) upgrade for tempering furnaces is designed to ensure the highest quench energy efficiency.
Reduced energy costs come from remarkable savings in blower energy consumption and eliminating reactive blower power from loading the electric network.
Adding the frequency converter-controlled blower system allows more flexibility and energy efficiency for tempering all glass thicknesses. It also enables a remarkably lower noise level in the quenching blowers.
Rakla Tampere Oy, Finland
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Mr. Visa Seppälä at Rakla Tampere Oy in Finland is sharing his and his team's experiences on working with Glaston FC Series tempering line.Read more
Steinfort Glas BV, Netherlands
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Mr. Jan Anjema at Steinfort Glas BV in the Netherlands is sharing his and his team's experiences on working with Glaston FC Series tempering line.Read more
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