Insights into Float Glass

Technology for float glass manufacturing is inextricably linked to the name Grenzebach. Quality, efficiency and reliability in cold end plants is what our customers value. 

Endless Precision

Ranging from endless glass ribbons to stacked individual sheets to the glass warehouse: Whether we are talking float glass, structured or wired glass, thin glass, coated glass, laminated glass or other special glasses. We are setting standards for processing and handling flat glass. More than 300 Grenzebach lines worldwide are relying on maximum cutting and stacking precision.

Grenzebach’s unique technology in float glass manufacturing all starts with the perfect design followed by the mechanical and electrical assembly, the commissioning on site and customer service throughout the entire life span of the plant- everything comes from one single source.

We excel as all-rounders supplying technology for the entire range of sheet glass products:

  • thin and thick sheets from 0.3 t 25 mm;
  • sheet lengths of up to 24 m;
  • daily output is up to 1,200 tons.

Exhibitions:

Düsseldorf, Germany
October 20 - 23, 2020
Glass Production Technology
Grenzebach and CNUD EFCO GFT with highly integrated solutions for the glass industry
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Grenzebach and CNUD EFCO GFT with highly integrated solutions for the glass industry

Grenzebach, market leader for Cold End equipment in float glass production lines, acquiring CNUD EFCO GFT, a leading provider of solutions for annealing lehrs, tin bath and accessories.

Automationfest: Technical workshops followed by Oktoberfest event
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Automationfest: Technical workshops followed by Oktoberfest event

At the event in Newnan, USA, the focus is on future technologies for the manufacturing industry - and networking combined with an entertaining program.

Glass Industry 4.0 and Automationfest in Georgia
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Glass Industry 4.0 and Automationfest in Georgia

Glass industry experts meet in Georgia – at the GlassBuild in Atlanta and at the Automationfest at Grenzebach in Newnan.