New Glaston ProL convection technology – opening a new era of structural glazing production
One product increasingly required by the glass market is high-strength structural laminate. Originally, this glass was used in special applications, such as hurricane-resistant glazing or as a replacement for load-bearing structures like pillars in buildings, like in the world-famous Apple Store in New York. But now with ever-increasing product safety demands, high-strength laminates are rapidly becoming popular in traditional applications like railings, too.
Our new, patented ProL Convection Control technology has been developed specifically to increase production capability with structural and high-strength laminates. Until now, glass processors have had to be very precise to achieve good quality with complex laminates while struggling with yield.
With the new ProL Convection Control system, processing these products becomes more like working with standard laminates. In practice, this means glass processors will be able to reach higher capacity and yield with complex laminates.
This ProL Convection Control technology is available for any laminating line brand as an upgrade.
Our aim with this technology is to help glass processors achieve higher capacity and yield while making production much easier for operators. Controlling the system is done completely automatically, so operators do not require any special knowledge to address these cases or change parameters manually.
Come meet with our industry experts at Booth F11 – we can tell you more!