Need to produce high volumes of premium quality flat tempered glass?
Here are three reasons why Glaston FC Series is your best choice
ALWAYS DELIVER TOP QUALITY
- Keep your production rates high
- Measure and prove the results to your customers
- Minimize remakes and claims
SAVE ON PRODUCTION COSTS
- The best energy efficiency in the market
- Highest loading efficiency
- Easy operations with built-in process intelligence
GROW YOUR BUSINESS FOR A LIFETIME
- Stay future-proof with upgrades
- Be part of Glaston Insight family
- Engineered to serve for decades
The winner's choice for flat tempering
Not all heating systems branded in the market as “Low-E capable” are equal. Inefficient heating results in longer production times, high waste rates and poor glass quality.
For today’s demanding Low-E coatings, you need highly efficient heating with a state-of-the-art convection system and accurate heating control.
Our FC Series meets this challenge with its high air volume Glaston Chinook and Chinook Pro convection systems
#FC Series #Flat tempering
"When we decided to invest in a new tempering furnace, we wanted equipment that would enable us to manufacture jumbo-sized, Low-E glass with excellent optical quality, flatness and minimum warp. We chose the Glaston FC500 tempering furnace because it fully matched all our requirements. Plus, we have confidence in the quality of Glaston’s products, as well as the company’s technical support and expertise in glass processing.Read more
Village Glass, UK
#FC Series #Flat tempering #iLooK
“When I came to Village Glass in May 2015, I was excited about the opportunity to grow the business to become the largest independent producer of glazed units in the UK. Data is key to develop any business. That’s why we decided to invest in Glaston’s FC500 with the iLooK online glass quality measuring system,” says Steve Larvin, Managing Director of Village Glass in Essex, UK.Read more
#AskGlaston Episode 23: Is anisotropy a defect and can it be prevented?
This week, we’re dealing with the following two questions: 1. Is anisotropy a defect and can it be prevented? 2. When should I use the emergency stop and what...Read more
Finding the root cause before jumping to conclusions
This is a real life story that represents a very common situation at many glass processing factories. It’s a story of making things right with what you have and...Read more
#AskGlaston Episode 19: Why are there a lot of dots on a glass surface after tempering?
This week, we’re dealing with questions about the dots on a glass surface that appeared after tempering and the equipment that can measure the glass flatness:...Read more