Latest Products in Fabrication Glass

  • Robotics integrator QComp Technologies Inc., Greenville, Wis., has introduced five new conveyors designed specifically to meet the needs of glass-handling applications, according to an April Solar Industry report. The complete line of conveyors include straight, pop-up transfer, cantilevered-finger, tilt-top and skewed-roller conveyors.The straight conveyor is designed for precise and non-...
  • Glass Machinery Works, Ellwood City, Pa., designed a conveyorized, aqueous cleaning system for deep cleaning of high-performance coated and non-coated glass panels, especially solar panels. Solar glass cleaners are designed to wash each panel below 1,500 molecules, per square foot per panel, according to a company release. The innovative design occupies minimal floor space, and incorporates...
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    On request of Trakya Cam Bulgaria EAD, Bulgarian Targovishte, Thieme GmbH & Co. KG developed and delivered a tri-color screen printing line for flat glass for white goods or appliance applications. The line consists of three interlinked single-color systems that also can be operated independently. The three Thieme 3000 GS screen printing stations are integrated into a 45-meter long...
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    Guardian Industries, Auburn Hills, Mich., will show two new advanced technology products at the AIA 2009 National Convention and Design Expo, April 30-May 2, Moscone Center, San Francisco. Guardian’s Building Integrated Photovoltaics display will demonstrate this latest approach in energy-generating technology in a curtain wall facade application. Also on display will be Guardian SunGuard...
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    Bekaert Specialty Films, San Diego, introduced Solar Gard window film, an energy-saving solution with full-service energy-analysis.

    Bekaert Specialty Films, San Diego, introduced Solar Gard window film, an energy-saving solution with full-service energy analysis. According to a company release, Solar Gard improves energy efficiency, helping create up to 30 percent in energy savings; decreases fuel-driven HVAC carbon emissions; improves daylighting, reduces the need for electricity; and dramatically improves the return on...
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    Myglasstruck.com, Glassboro, N.J., introduced two holding poles for use with glass delivery racks, the T6-Adjust-A-Pole and the T6-Super-Pole.

    Myglasstruck.com, Glassboro, N.J., introduced two holding poles for use with glass delivery racks, the T6-Adjust-A-Pole and the T6-Super-Pole. On both models, each cleat can be adjusted up or down the pole, making it fast and easy to secure and carry different sized pieces of glass. Both models are made from a proprietary 1.5-inch by 1.5-inch 6061 T6 aluminum extrusion, and an integrated T-...
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    Safti First, San Francisco, will display a variety of "green" fire-rated glazing products, including its National Fenestration Rating Council-certified SuperLite II-XL IGU and SAFTIfire GPX energy-efficient assemblies. Both fire-rated assemblies have been tested and certified to NFRC 100 U-Value, NFRC 200 Solar Heat Gain Coefficient and NFRC 500 Condensation Resistance, according...
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    NGI Designer Glass Inc., Concord, Ontario, introduced Sublistyle, a digital color process that creates high-resolution images on architectural glass for virtually unlimited combinations, according to a company release. Sublistyle produces brilliant color unlike any other process with endless variations from transparent to opaque. All variations can be laminated and/or tempered for both indoor and...
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    JE Berkowitz LP, Pedricktown, N.J., will highlight its SentryGlas Expressions product line. Utilizing DuPont technology, the line features decorative PVB interlayers digitally printed in full-color and sandwiched between two lites of glass. Photos, textures, patterns and other images can be incorporated into a wide range of architectural laminated glass applications such as entry doors...
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    Novum Structures, Menomonee Falls, Wis., recently acquired ETFE, an extruded film technology gaining popularity in the U.S. design-build community, according to a company release. Otherwise known as Ethylene tetrafluoroethylene, ETFE offers benefits including high transparency, high tensile strength, ultra-violet stability and lightweight characteristics. Booth 1632.
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