Tecoglas Limited

60 Savile Street East, S4 7UQ Sheffield
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Telephone +44 114 2759020
Fax +44 114 2700875
sales@tecoglas.com

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Glass production/Production Technology
  • 01.04  Glass melting technology
  • 01.04.06  Regenerative systems
  • 06  Contracting, consulting, engineering, services

Contracting, consulting, engineering, services

Our products

Product category: Regenerative systems

Regenerative Furnaces - End Port

Advantages:
Fuel efficient
Low emissions
High quality glass
Long campaign life

End port furnaces are generally used by the container and glassware industries for the melting of soda lime glass.
Tecoglas regenerative furnaces are characterised by their low fuel consumption and low emissions while producing high quality glass and achieving a long campaign life.
In some applications, bubbler systems are utilised to enhance convection flow patterns and to increase melter bottom temperature. Also, electric boost may be installed to increase the production rate for a given melter size or to reduce emissions or a combination of these needs. Electric boost can also be used to enhance glass quality.
End-port furnaces are generally used in applications up to 300 tonnes per day. Side-port furnaces are used for greater than 300 tpd applications which are typical for float glass and container industry applications.

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Product category: Regenerative systems

Regenerative Furnaces - Side Port (Cross-fired)

Advantages:
Fuel efficient
Low emissions
High quality glass
Long campaign life

The regenerative side port furnace (also known as a cross-fired furnace) is primarily used for the upper capacity range applications, ie, 300 to 1000 metric tonnes per day as are encountered in the soda lime container and float glass applications.
Tecoglas regenerative furnaces are characterised by their fuel efficiency and low emissions, whilst producing high quality glass.
In some applications, bubbler systems are utilised to enhance convection flow patterns and to increase melter bottom temperature. Also, electric boost may be installed to increase the production rate for a given melter size or to reduce emissions or a combination of these needs. Electric boost can also be used to enhance glass quality.
Side-port furnaces are used for greater than 300 tpd applications which are typical for float glass and container industry applications. End-port furnaces are generally used in applications up to 300 tonnes per day.

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Product category: Contracting, consulting, engineering, services

Project Management

Our project management team utilises over 80 years of project management experience on glass industry projects as a basis for controlling all activity and costs on a project. Essential materials and equipment are purchased while the engineering is processed and equipment and materials arrive at site “in good time”. The entire project is under tight control. We never miss a scheduled start-up date.
Project scope should be clarified early and changed as little as possible. Scope changes are the prime reason most projects go over budget and schedule.
We stay on site until the process is working to contract performance specifications and customer satisfaction. During the first year, we maintain contact with you on a quarterly basis. For subsequent years, we suggest an audit on an annual basis so the campaign life of a furnace can be monitored and maximised. Planning for the rebuild should take place well in advance of the shut-down.

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