Product category: Laminated glass technology with foil for architectural glass
The LAMITECH series is suitable for small-scale production with the ability to increase production by superimposing an additional work surface. The plastic used is an ethylene-vinyl acetate film (EVA) that has no specific requirements in terms of checking temperature or relative humidity. Specially moulded, tempered or decorative pieces can be produced by interlaying screen printing films or glass windows made of fused glass, or glass interlayed with LCD or LED film. The construction is sturdy and the steel structure is sandblasted and protected with epoxy enamel.
Main features: cost-effectiveness; excellent temperature uniformity; temperature control over multiple independent areas; efficient vacuum circuit with oil pump; VACUMSOFT silicone fabric with easy closure; programmable thermoregulator with the ability to store up to 30 programs.
Product category: Furnaces for thermal pre-tempering of glass
The TG-IR series is designed for the production of flat glass used in the lighting, sports accessories, optical sectors and furnishing sector
Main Features Fused silica ceramic rollers; Ceramic roller movement with double pre-tensioned belts; Loading/oven/tempering/unloading independent motorisation controlled by inverters; Panel mounted electrical resistors; Lower resistors protected by a ceramic support Power control with SCR on multiple independent areas both on the upper and lower part; Electro-fan unit driven by a motor with speed regulator; Independent vertical adjustment of the blowers; Independent pressure control for each blower; Process management with supervisory PLC and PC; Maximum ease of use and programming; UPS - emergency system that intervenes in the absence of the mains power supply; Optical pyrometer for temperature control directly on the glass;
Product category: Furnaces for chemical pre-tempering of glass
Design quality. Manufacturing quality. These are distinctive features of the kiln range for chemical tempering The chemical tempering process is being used more and more in the architecture, nautical and automotive sectors as excellent optical qualities are achieved in addition to the excellent mechanical qualities. The glass treated with the chemical tempering process has no visual defects unlike that with the thermal tempering process. The thermal hardening process (thermal tempering) produces differently tensioned areas in the cross section of the glass. These tensioned areas produce a birefractive effect in the glass, visible under "iridescence" polarised light.
At its factory in Lecco, Italy, Teknokilns designs and manufactures all of its complete kilns for the fusing, bending, tempering and lamination of glass. Meticulous control of the production and quality process, from selecting components to the running of the plant, have made Teknokilns one of the market's global leaders in terms of technological innovation and reliability. Founded in 1996 as a result of the wealth of technical knowledge held by its founders, the company is still todaymanaged and driven by Renato Andreotti and Pierfelice Cavenaghi. The partners have established a consistent growth strategy based on the durability and reliability of kilns,constant technical innovation and customer satisfaction throughout the product's life cycle. Teknokilns adopts the most advanced solutions in the market because it is aware just how much each kiln is a strategic investment for its customers and how much the continuity of production contributes to their business success. The company also offers engineering services to pinpoint the best position for the systemin the space available (layout), and 24/7 after-sales telephone support that goes well beyondsimple product assistance. As a matter of fact, Teknokilns provides technical and operational advice to optimise the operating parameters of the machines in production. In this way, Teknokilns' customers benefit from high added value within a very competitive market.