With the aim of setting new standards in lower carbon glass products and processes, and a commitment to drive this throughout the global glass industry, AMETEK Land is working with Glass Futures and its members to make glass the low-carbon material of choice by providing and developing new innovative processes and technologies throughout the global supply chain.
AMETEK Land is working closely with Glass Futures and global glass manufacturers, using its highly accurate thermal imaging system, NIR-B-2K-Glass, for furnace monitoring and combustion optimisation to help achieve new standards in lower carbon glass products and processes.
AMETEK Land is working together with the Glass Futures community in their furnace and fuel mix tests to develop further ground-breaking temperature measurement and combustion optimisation products and technologies to benefit the industry, the end-user and the environment.
Philippe Kerbois, AMETEK Land’s Global Industry Manager for Glass, said, “By joining Glass Futures, we’re uniting with leading organisations, all with the same aim for the glass industry – to encourage new developments and technologies, in particular, to develop more sustainable processes. This will help to reduce our CO2 footprint in the coming years as part of our decarbonisation journey.”
Aston Fuller, General Manager at Glass Futures, said, “It’s a pleasure to welcome such a key supplier from the glass industry community into the collaboration. With such a high interest in digital technologies I am confident that both AMETEK Land and Glass Futures’ members will benefit highly from the opportunities afforded by our growing membership.”