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Hartung Canada celebrates its new glass fabrication equipment


August 13, 2013
By Hartung Canada

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hartungAug. 14, 2013 – In addition to new cutting lines at Hartung Wilsonville and Hartung Salt Lake City, Hartung Canada continues to grow and has welcomed the arrival of some beautiful, new glass fabrication equipment. There was a dedication ceremony for Hartung Canada's brand new Glaston RC200 Tam tempering furnace now servicing western Canada and beyond. The made-in-Finland, 94-inch x 188-inch oven includes the acclaimed Tamglass Vortex convection system renowned for the highest quality, flat tempered product on the market.

Aug.
14, 2013 – In addition to new cutting lines at Hartung Wilsonville and Hartung
Salt Lake City, Hartung Canada continues to grow and has welcomed the arrival
of some beautiful, new glass fabrication equipment.
There was a dedication ceremony for Hartung Canada's brand new Glaston RC200
Tam tempering furnace now servicing western Canada and beyond. The
made-in-Finland, 94-by-188-inch oven includes the acclaimed Tamglass
Vortex convection system renowned for the highest quality, flat tempered
product on the market.

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From left to right, Dawn Greening, office manager; Tibor Kiss, logistics manager; George Banfield, plant manager; and Bruce Butler, general manager.

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To complement Hartung Canada's new furnace and existing insulating glass unit
and lamination lines, we have added additional equipment such as a new Bavoni
1045 flat polisher and new Forvet CNC glass mill/drill/notching machine. State
of the art machinery has been arriving for the last 18 months throughout the
Hartung enterprise which will allow for better quality control, faster lead
times and more competitive pricing. 

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www.hartung-glass.com


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