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Thai Malaya Glass inaugurates SORG SB5 furnace

New furnace will expand production capacity by 400 tonnes per day

During a festive inauguration ceremony of the SB5 melting furnace took place in the Thai Malaya Glass plant in Saraburi. This will put a new furnace into operation that will expand production capacity by 400 tonnes per day their container glass products in emerald green and flint.

For the completely new production plant SORG supplied a regenerative gas-heated end-fired furnace, including the control system and all peripheral equipment. To increase the melting capacity and flexibility, the furnace is equipped with a melting booster. Furthermore, the melting plant comprises two IRD® Doghouses and two EME-NEND® S2 screw chargers. The four production lines are connected to the furnace via one SORG® STW working end and four SORG forehearths.

Once again, SORG is proud to supply a long-time customer with a highly efficient melting plant based on the latest SORG technology. SORG wishes Thai Malaya Glass every success with the SB5 furnace!

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