Looking to temper thick glass? Three reasons for choosing Axial Blower
Energy savings in thick glass tempering
Cost efficient upgrade
Low noise level
Temper thick glass up to 19 mm
The Axial Blower has been developed for Glaston tempering furnaces to provide energy savings in tempering thick glass up to 19 mm.
Adding an axial blower to your tempering line reduces energy costs since thick glass of 8–19 mm can be tempered more energy efficiently with optimized tempering pressure.
Using the axial blower for thick glass tempering reduces the running hours and thus service work needed to maintain the centrifugal blowers.
Al-Hadi Glass Industries, Kuwait
#FC Series #Flat tempering
“Once we saw Glaston’s FC500 at Glasstec in Dusseldorf a few years ago, we knew that this was the tempering furnace for us. High-performance glass is required in our region, since temperatures soar to +50°C. And high-performance glass needs high-performance machinery. This is what Glaston’s FC500 is providing for us, so that we can serve our market using the most professional equipment,” says Abdullah Al-Qabandi, General Manager of G.M Al-Hadi Glass Industries in Kuwait City, Subhan Industrial Area, Kuwait.Read more
Peterlee Glass Company Ltd., UK
#Flat tempering #RC Series
“Glaston’s RC350 opens up new opportunities for the architectural market. This furnace is part of our major multimillion-pound investment project for a prestigious new factory that will enable us to serve our customers with larger pieces of processed glass, better toughened lamination quality and a wider portfolio of coated glass,” says Graeme Hawes, Managing Director of Peterlee Glass Company Ltd., Peterlee, County Durham, UK.Read more
#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
#AskGlaston Episode 34: Is it possible to temper beveled glass?
This week, we are dealing with the following three questions: Is it possible to temper beveled glass? Why can't I mix different colors in the same load? Can we update...Read more
#AskGlaston Episode 33: Is there any way to reduce or eliminate the loading delay?
This week, we are dealing with the following two questions: I am running an older furnace. Every time I change the glass thickness, I have to use a high loading...Read more
#AskGlaston Episode 32: How can we reduce the noise level of our flat glass tempering line?
This week, we are dealing with the following two questions: Our factory is close to a residential area. How can we reduce the noise level of our flat glass tempering...Read more