ProBend

Cost effective and flexible production of high quality cylindrical glass


Need to produce premium-quality bent tempered glass?
Here are three reasons why Glaston ProBend is your best choice

1.

REACH TOP-QUALITY RESULTS FROM EACH RUN

  • #1 choice for coated, premium facades
  • Bend with precision – glass after glass
  • Say goodbye to anisotropy

2.

SAVE IN PRODUCTION COSTS

  • Zero tooling
  • No changeover time
  • Best energy efficiency available

3.

GROW YOUR BUSINESS FOR A LIFETIME

  • Stay future-proof with upgrades
  • Serve for decades thanks to quality engineering
  • Take full advantage of the Glaston community

Glaston ProBend with zero-tooling process


ProBend with its zero-tooling process offers a cost-effective, flexible way of producing quality cylindrical safety glass in a wide range of sizes and thicknesses.

It has the capability of processing large glass sizes for bent tempered, heat-strengthened and even laminated products. The machine features separate or combined bending and tempering sections, LB and CB, processing flat glass in the bending section or in a separate chiller.

With ProBend, the changeover time is just 5–10 minutes from product to product.

References


Mosavtosteklo, Russia

#ProBend

Mosavtosteklo, a forerunner in glazing products production, has once again beaten the competition by increasing its investment in Glaston equipment at its plants in the greater Moscow region. In addition to its three existing Glaston machines, Mosavtosteklo has acquired a new generation Glaston ProBend™ with its Glaston FC500™ tempering technology.

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Tecnoglass, Colombia

#GlastonAir #ProBend

Tecnoglass is setting additional records by being the world's first owner of the latest GlastonAir. The company is also investing in Glaston ProBend. The two machines will give them another leap ahead of their competitors by being able to provide the ultimate glass products.

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Kensington Glass Art, U.S.A.

#Flat tempering #RC Series

Celebrating 40 years of being in business, Kensington Glass Arts decided it was time to upgrade its old Tamglass furnace to Glaston’s RC350. The deal-clinching factor was Glaston’s agreement to get the new furnace installed, commissioned and running saleable tempered glass in just three weeks. With his exceptional ability to orchestrate teamwork, David Stone, CEO of Kensington Glass Arts, coached the joint teams into completing this nearly impossible schedule on time.

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Articles


Simple way to get insight into your full factory

Most articles in Glastory are about glass tempering or typical glass-processing issues. In this article, however, we decided to look into the glass-processing factory...

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#AskGlaston Episode 36: Does the overall glass strength weaken when saw cuts are applied?

Today we are dealing with the following two questions: Does the overall glass strength weaken when saw cuts are applied? Is tempered glass more scratch resistant...

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#AskGlaston Episode 35: What makes the tempering of large 4 mm Low-E glass sheets so tricky?

This week, we are dealing with the following two questions: What makes the tempering of large 4 mm Low-E glass sheets so tricky? What to consider when heat strengthening...

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