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WAPRO Invests in New LineScanner Technology

The LineScanner recently installed at the insulating glass factory, WAPRO, in Diedorf, Germany utilizes the latest in LineScanner technology. At the inspection station located after the washing machine, the SOFTSOLUTION LineScanner has inspected every single lite since the start-up.

Polflam Project: Bonarka City Center, Cracow

The BONARKA Shopping Centre, located in Kraków’s historic Podgórze District, was built on the site of former cement and chemical factories. This contemporary, light-filled mall radically changed the character of Kraków’s riverside section of town.

Development of Sol-gel Antibacterial and Antiviral Coating for Glass

NSG Group has successfully developed a new antibacterial and antiviral coating for glass substrates, based on its proprietary sol-gel technology.

Guardian Glass Launches New Float Line at Czestochowa, Poland Plant

The plant have two float lines, two coater lines and a lamination line, produces Guardian ExtraClear® float glass, Guardian ClimaGuard® low-emissivity (low-E) and Guardian SunGuard® solar control coated glass products as well as laminated glass for residential and commercial applications.

Worldwide Promotion of the International Year of Glass 2022

The International Commission on Glass (ICG), the Community of Glass Associations (CGA) and ICOM-Glass are promoting a United Nations International Year of Glass for 2022.

Şişecam’s V-Block Technology against viruses and bacteria on glass surfaces

Şişecam begins producing the world's first antimicrobial glassware products that are also effective against coronavirus

Guardian Glass Europe: Energy-Saving potential of Modern Glazing

In 2030 European buildings would consume nearly 30% less energy if all of them were glazed with high performance glass, according to the latest research commissioned by Glass for Europe.

The Benefits of Glass for Construction and Hygiene Protection

Glass can be cleaned easily with non-abrasive (and often antibacterial) cleaners, which is another reason why glass has helped us through many unfortunate public health events like epidemics and pandemics.

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