QMS – Quality Monitoring System

Ideal solution for online quality monitoring


Three reasons for choosing Quality Monitoring System (QMS)

1.

Improved glass quality and yield

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Highly-detailed production and quality monitoring

3.

Product identification and tracking

Captures and stores data


The role of measuring is increasingly important as new glass applications, such as safety glass or solar panels, are evolving. As glass becomes a more visible part of our environment, quality issues are growing in importance.

The Quality Monitoring System provides an ideal solution for online quality monitoring of tempered safety glass. It captures and stores process data in accordance with the Factory Production Control (FPC) standard EN 12150-2.  The required monitoring data can be printed in the form of a system report. When equipped with an infrared scanner it also captures and stores the actual glass output temperature.

References


Independent Glass, UK

#Heating chamber replacement #ProL #Upgrades

“Integration is always the biggest risk when combining sections from two different manufacturers,” says Andrew Smith, Group Manufacturing Manager at Independent Glass. Speaking about his company’s recent upgrade, he continues: “The entire upgrade project with Glaston’s ProL-zone went very smoothly. We’ve now been able to increase our laminating capacity, run the line with flexibility and ease – and lower our energy consumption.”

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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Enhancing its flat glass lamination line by replacing outdated components with new technology, Malaysia-based Crystal Safety Glass (CSG) turned an expensive problem into an unexpectedly positive experience.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.

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Martin G Andersson, Sweden

#RHC #Upgrades

Founded in 1899, Sweden-based Martin G Anderson has a long history in the glass business. Always ready to walk the extra mile to fulfill the needs of customers, the company completed an upgrade project to turn its 2008 Glaston tempering furnace into one ready for 2017. The upgrade has allowed the company to increase output, improve quality and use less power.

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