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through intelligent ihs system
A furnace for tempering produce heat, but this is nothing if it is not accompanied by the skill to manage in the best way both the heat and the air flows on the glass: this determines glass functional qualities, consumption and productivity of the system.
The GHBS Xtreme Profile Convection System is the result of the recent developments of the convection technology designed and patented by Mappi; it greatly enhances the performance of Mappi furnaces in terms of quality of the tempered product and increased production.
GHBS ALLOWS YOU TO:
Process all coated glass of the last generation including the LowE with 0,01 Emissivity.
Improve the quality of the glass in terms of:
- Optical Distortion
- Glass sheet flatness
- Surface defects
Increase the maximum dimensions of temperable sheet.
Reduce cycle time and increase the productivity.
air circuit inside the room
A set of highe temperature steel pipe is situated in the superior and inferior heating chamber. This allows the heating of the compressed air and the following distribution on both the glass surfaces.
GHBS ALLOWS YOU TO:
Thanks to an elaborate management program of sensors and operations involved in the convection system it’s possible to:
- Modulating the intensity of the pressured air in every single zone inside the chamber;
- Managing the distribution of the pressure along the extension of the loading present in the chamber.
This exclusive Xtreme Convection System allows temper all coated glass on the market, selective, solar control, including Low-E soft coating with an emissivity index of 0,01 and to increase the quality of the tempered glass and productivity plant.
In partnership with Gefran and Kantal we developed a new and even more precise heating system maintaining the 300×600 mm heating cell matrix being able to.
In every Mappi furnace you can find the increase of the electrical efficiency and an even smoother heating curve thanks to the new Gefran static relay and a special alloy from Kantal.