Three reasons for choosing Glaston’s latest control system iControL
EXTENDED MACHINERY LIFETIME
- Continued availability of OEM parts, control system cards, components and support
- Possibility to update machinery to meet latest processing demands
- Move into new glass processing areas, such as Low-E
- Realize improvements for all types of machinery
- Add technical capability, energy savings, quality, capacity and ease of maintenance
EASE OF USE
- Operator-specific interface helps customize best production practices
- Extensive reporting and recipe library with minimized manual operations
- Remote access for quick troubleshooting
Meet higher processing demands with the latest iControL
Glaston iControL is the latest control system for Glaston (Tamglass, Uniglass, Glassrobots) tempering furnaces. iControL is now also available for older flat tempering and bending tempering lines to ensure that you have the intelligence needed to meet the latest processing demands. Glaston Insight Reporting and Insight Intelligence – extensive reporting systems that deliver quality, energy savings and production reports – are also available with iControL.
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