Looking to produce large high-quality windshields?
Here are three reasons why Glaston ScreenMax is your best choice
MASTER YOUR GLASS FORMING PROCESS
- Select process configuration to match your needs
- Optimum control for each process phase
- Intuitive user interface
CHANGE AND GROW WITH YOUR NEEDS
- Reach more complex production with automated processing features
- Easy and fast add-ons to stay at the top of the market
- Add modules to increase capacity
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
Flexible bending performance for serial and mixed production
The ScreenMax automatic serial bending furnace is suitable for the serial bending of large bus and truck windshields. It is available with pin lifters and manipulators for easier loading and unloading of the glass and molds.
The bending furnace features automatic and comprehensively programmable bending with a clear user interface.
Shandong Donghao Autoglass, China
#Bending #Matrix #windshield
With quality as a priority, the Chinese company chose Matrix to bend even the most demanding windshield shapes and meet the highest OEM standards. “We have always given priority to quality when investing in glass processing equipment. We knew Glaston from the past and recognize the company’s expertise as a supplier of automotive glass equipment."Read more
Crystal Safety Glass – Malaysia
#Heating chamber replacement #Laminating #ProL #Upgrades
Enhancing its flat glass lamination line by replacing outdated components with new technology, Malaysia-based Crystal Safety Glass (CSG) turned an expensive problem into an unexpectedly positive experience. The move was not easy, but it helped bring the processor’s existing line back up to date with an impressive list of value-added features. For the plant operators, the upgrade lowered the cost of modernizing the existing line and provided less downtime, higher productivity and significant improvements in energy consumption.Read more
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.Read more
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