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2012-08-06 | Tempering technology

LandGlass has, over the years, introduced many new products to the market, some of which are quite influential, such as bending tempering furnaces for auto sidelites, jumbo-size bending tempering furnaces for architectural glass, double curvature bending tempering furnaces and jet heating furnaces, to mention a few. In this article, LandGlass presents its most recent development – combined tempering furnaces – which can, says the company, eliminate quality defects such as optical deformation (waviness), spherical bending of thin glass, hot spots on thick glass, white haze and glass breaking inside the furnace.

LandGlass has developed and manufactured a series of worldwide advanced horizontal flat and bent glass tempering furnaces
Based on domestic and overseas markets, and demands of flat and bent safety glass for automotive, architecture and furniture industries and electric appliances, LandGlass has developed and manufactured a series of worldwide advanced horizontal flat and bent glass tempering furnaces. The company now has over ten series of tempering furnaces with hundreds of models.
Until now, hundreds of glass tempering furnaces made by LandGlass are running well not only in China but also in countries such as Australia, Germany, India, Iran, New Zealand, Russia,  Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South  Korea, Ukraine, the United States, and many more.

Continuous investment and innovation
LandGlass designs, produces and assembles glass tempering furnaces as per ISO9000 quality control, which ensures that every furnace finished and checked will meet all quality requests.
When there are problems that cannot be solved by communication, LandGlass will diagnose the furnace by Teleservice so as to minimize shutdown time due to furnace breakdown. Furthermore, if a long-distance video supervision system is installed, engineers at LandGlass’ headquarters can assist by observing furnace operations via video via broadband, and instruct the maintenance engineers on site as to the measures to be taken.

Combined tempering furnaces
Quality defects such as optical deformation (waviness), spherical bending of thin glass, hot spots on thick glass, white haze and glass breaking inside the furnace exist to some degree in t...







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