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R.C.N. Engineering: lamination - no loner just a trend but a real need

2011-06-01 | Laminating

Lamination and its diverse needs and demands in the glass sector are the specialization of the company presented in this article – R.C.N. Engineering. PowerLam, its flagship product for laminating with EVA and PVB film, continuously undergoes development to keep pace with the complex shapes and types of glass used.

R.C.N. Engineering: lamination - no loner just a trend but a real need
R.C.N. Engineering is a familyowned and run company with considerable experience in the glass sector. Renovation regarding company structure, premises and - of course - its production, have enabled the company to grow continuously, even in crisis periods. This ability to renew and adapt, keeping pace with the technological developments of the sector, has enabled R.C.N. to remain in the forefront with regards to hot processing of glass.
R.C.N.’s main production is made up of three complete lines of furnaces for diverse needs:
- laminating furnaces;
- fusion furnaces; and
- kilns for transparent washbasins.

Thanks to its experience in the glass sector, R.C.N. offers avant-garde solutions and technologies for the production of sophisticated glass furnishings and customized applications, combined with the most original shapes and sizes.
The details and results of the finished products, processed with R.C.N.’s furnaces, feature high accuracy for each and every process, so as to guarantee clients the best possible quality and level of safety as per the norms in force.

PowerLam – PVB lamination
The new PowerLam laminating line has been created to significantly reduce process times using EVA film. This innovative patented technology now enables to laminate also using PVB, thus providing operators the possibility of using two alternative products.
Until now, the traditional system of lamination with EVA involved the use of vacuum bags, with long proc...


Article taken from Glass-Technology International bi-monthly magazine (6 issues per year)
Year: 2011 number: 3
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