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Leali Vetri: Equipped for the future with LiSEC TPA technology

Leali Vetri has been manufacturing insulating glass and glass for interiors since 1972. The company is based in Castiglione delle Stiviere, a town in Lombardy, Italy, and employs around 30 people. Company founder Bruno Leali passed on his passion and expertise to his son Maurizio, who continued and expanded the business, moving it to a larger factory in 1986. Back then, the company had already earned an excellent reputation for quality, experience and reliability in the installation of art glass.

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1990 saw the company start to manufacture thermal insulation windows with triple insulating glass, which was enjoying high demand in the construction sector.

Cooperation with LiSEC began back in 2000 with the procurement of a semi-automatic butyl extruder for rigid frame spacers (LBH-25V) and an automatic filling machine for desiccants (A1RL). Over the years, Leali Vetri has been more than satisfied with the durability and high quality of the LiSEC products used in the Castiglione delle Stiviere plant.

In 2010, Leali Vetri (with one partner) built a new company headquarters with state-of-the-art technology for the production of glass products that satisfy the market requirements for sustainable construction. Looking to the future.

Leali Vetri has now acquired a LiSEC TPA line for the manufacture of thermoplastic spacers. “We believe that the thermoplastic spacer is the product that the market and customers need, especially when it comes to environmental impact,” said Leali Vetri’s Managing Director. “The greatest advantage of this technology is the reduction in resources realised at every level. Less material is required to produce the spacer, waste is reduced and storage requirements are lower. Furthermore, the performance of thermoplastic spacers is better than that of conventional spacers.”

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