Looking to upgrade and extend the lifetime of your machinery? Three reasons for choosing Vortex Pro
Unparalleled glass quality
Increased productivity with flexibility
Matchless energy efficiency
Vastly improved control
Glaston’s latest advancement in convection technology, the unique Vortex Pro convection system, vastly improves the control of air placement onto the surface of the glass and allows the operator to precisely control the thermal profiles.
The Vortex Pro advanced convection control system is a cost-efficient way to upgrade and extend the capability of your existing machinery. With Vortex Pro, you can gain years of value-adding productivity by moving into new glass tempering areas, such as the improved processing of clear, laminated and Low-E glass.
Glaston Vortex Pro can be used to upgrade all Glaston Tamglass CBHF, CHF and BHF models.
Kristal, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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“We purchased the Glaston iControL and scanner upgrade to solve any concern with software or spare parts availability before they became an issue. Once installed, the upgrade helped us win a large glass façade project in Indonesia that required extremely high quality. Both we and Glaston can be proud of the high level of quality achieved,” says Matea Franjić, Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Kristal in Vitez, Bosnia and Herzegovina.Read more
Glas Herzog, Germany
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“We have a great deal of confidence in our supplier,” says Andreas Herzog, Sr., Managing Director of Glas Herzog. “Our cooperation with former Bystronic glass – and now Glaston – is just as you would want it to be as a customer. In fact, we’re one of their oldest customers – 44 years and counting.”Read more
Walshs Glass, Australia
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In January 2021, Walshs Glass in Western Australia began using their Glaston RHC upgrade, enabling them to improve glass flatness and optical quality. “Today, we’re positioned to take advantage of the rapidly changing glass processing demands in Western Australia," says Steve Cuff, Executive Operations Manager at Walshs Glass.Read more
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