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LandGlass: installation and commissioning an 18-day story

2013-08-09 | Case history

Dedication and commitment. Thanks to these two important characteristics, the engineers and technicians of LandGlass were able to carry out the installation and commissioning of one of its high quality forced convection combined glass tempering furnaces at the premises of a North American client.

LandGlass' engineers and technicians recently carried out the installation and commissioning of one of its high quality forced convection combined glass tempering furnaces in only 18 days
“They are the engineers who were far away from home and worked beyond the ocean; they are the outstanding representatives of LandGlass who worked hard day and night for customers; they are the Chinese people who were highly spoken of by Americans. They united whole-heartedly and made perfection more perfect, taking only 18 days to complete the installation and commissioning of a high quality forced convection combined glass tempering furnace, creating another miracle in the industry!”
These words are the ‘award’ in the annual summary and commendation conference of LandGlass with the theme ‘Forging ahead in 2013’. Although just a few words, they show the strong technical competence, devoted work attitude for clients’ satisfaction, and the selfless dedication spirit of LandGlass to make itself become a world-class enterprise.

Installation and commissioning

The ‘miracle’ took place on the installation and commissioning site of a client in North America. This important glass processor has many branches in the United States and already has more than ten tempering furnaces, mainly from renowned manufacturers in Europe. When the tempering furnaces of LandGlass, with their high performance and quality services, entered the North American market, this company became a client of LandGlass. After comprehensive inspection and evaluation of LandGlass forced convection furnaces in terms of tempering quality, efficiency and operation stability, the company decided to buy two forc...



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Year: 2013 number: 3
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