A new range of tempered vacuum insulated glass will be showcased for the first time in the region by glass specialists, LandGlass, at the Gulf Glass 2017.
LandVac will be introduced alongside the company’s all-new series jet convection tempering furnace, Cyclone.
The tempered vacuum insulated glass is backed by five major technologies developed by LandGlass.
Its U-value is as low as 0.4W/ (m2•K), which means that its thermal insulation is better than that of a 1 metre thick brick wall. It has a weighted sound isolation of 36 dB and is free of condensation below -40℃.
The firm’s R&D team, consisting of nearly 100 dedicated engineers and scientists, devoted eight years for developing the project, breaking a popular myth about tempering such glass.
The completion of the fully tempered vacuum insulated glass production line laid a solid foundation for the commercialisation of this new product, making its contribution to environmental protection.
Cyclone was launched in 2015 and instantly gained the attention of the industry due to its high performance and after-sales services.
The series is built on eight major technologies developed independently by LandGlass, improving the quality of the tempered glass products to a better levels of productivities and further reduction of energy consumption.
The Cyclone series, which achieved significant improvement in furnace performance, has four main features - outstanding product quality, increased production efficiency, energy saving and consumption reduction, and intelligent operation and control.
LandVac has passed the US ANSI Z97.1 certification with a surface stress that uniformly exceeds 90MPa, and also the US ATI ±7200Pa wind pressure resistance test, which indicates that it can withstand severe storms.
The technical solutions provided by the China-based company meets the demands in architecture, furniture, household appliance, automobile and solar energy industry. They offer 10 series of equipment and over 1,000 kinds of specifications and types.
Their products have found homes all around the world, in Europe, North and South America, Asia, Oceania and the Middle East.
Gulf Glass 2017 will take place from 25-27 September at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Click here to learn more.