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Hornos Pujol: the lamination revolution arrives in France with Emaver Miroiterie Martin

2015-12-20 | Laminating

Emaver Mirroiterie Martin is the first French company to install a new ‘Pujol 100 Fast Curing’ automatic assembly line for laminated glass fabrication with Evalam Visual. Hornos Pujol has, up to now, installed 17 lines throughout the world.

Hornos Pujol: the lamination revolution arrives in France with Emaver Miroiterie Martin
Emaver Mirroiterie Martin, a former Saint Gobain branch, was acquired 27 years ago by Joël Potier who, three years ago, handed over the management of the company to his daughter Emilie Potier. Over this period of almost 30 years, Emaver has never stopped evolving, achieving significant advances, becoming the only independent company of France, from the Saint Gobain school, that works with two licenses from Saint Gobain Glass:
Climalit® for double-glazing, and Securit® for tempered security glass.
Today, Emaver has a new success story, which reaffirms its leadership in glass transformation in the South East of France. Thanks to its continuous innovations, Emaver has, once again, proved its seriousness, professionalism and quality, and this achievement can be defined in a single word: excellence.
After the signing of the contract between Emaver and Pujol on 1 October this year, Emaver is now able to produce up to 500 square metres of top quality laminated glass daily, compared to classic PVB laminated, frequently used in France.
Laminated glass must continuously strive to keep up with and adapt to the new requirements of the market, and now, thanks to continuous investigation, Hornos Pujol has been able to overcome the main barriers with its product Evalam Visual. The properties of this EVA make it the legitimate substitute of PVB; consumers and international forums endorse its prestige, considering it a product of increasing use by architects.
Thanks to Emaver’s new ‘Pujol 100...


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