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Table découpe en forme grand plateau à vendre

Table de coupe verre plat (float), occasion de 2002 grand plateau avec 4 barres de rompage.

Marque Macotec

Table coupe verre plat Macotec occasion

Table en trés bon état. Visible sur le site en fonctionnement.

7500 Euros

Contacter :

Mr Werinckx Willy

Miroiterie du Nord Avenue Antoon Van Osslaan 1 - 1120 - Bruxelles. Belgique

miroiteriedunord@skynet.be

Tel 02 268 05 35

Merci

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Miroiterie à céder. Région parisienne

Dirigée par deux professionnels du verre plat totalisant à eux deux plus de 70 ans d'expérience en miroiterie, cette très belle miroiterie, très rentable a une place de choix sur le marché de la décoration.

Son parc de machines complet constitué d'une quinzaine de machines industrielles ( biseauteuse, rectilignes, contournée, CN, découpe float et feuilleté, perceuse...) avec des équipements en parfait état, renouvelés de façon régulière et venant des meilleurs fournisseurs de machines pour la miroiterie lui permet de répondre aux principaux besoins du marché de la miroiterie.

 

Expertise technique reconnue sur le marché. Positionnement sur les produits de miroiterie haut de gamme.

Clientèle principalement régionale constituée de miroitiers, menuisiers, agenceurs, entreprise générale, décoration, luminaire........

Plus de 700 clients réguliers en portefeuille.

Une dizaine de salariés, 4 véhicules

 

Pour plus d'informations, un premier contact avec les dirigeants, nous contacter glass@comascotec.com ou 06 64 73 63 77.

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Bonjour,

 

Une nouvelle miroiterie à vendre.

 

Miroiterie à vendre. Dossier M 108

 

Grande ville Sud-Ouest.

 

Pour plus d'informations nous contacter sur glass@comascotec.com ou au 06 64 73 63 77. Merci

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Nouveau responsable commercial chez Bavelloni

 

Stefania Stucchi a rejoint le groupe Bavelloni pour prendre le poste de responsable commercial pour l’Italie et le Suisse de langue Italienne

Vous pouvez la joindre directement sur

stefania.stucchi@bavelloni.com

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Glass chemical tempering

 

1/Reasons and advantages for glass chemical tempering

The chemical tempering is used when the thermal tempering meets limits.

Small glass thickness

Even if some suppliers offer now machines able to temper 2 mm thickness glass, the chemical tempering in this case give better results.

 

Curved glass

The chemical tempering is done with a temperature around 400°C which don’t change the glass geometrical shape

This is particularly important when the curved glass has to be laminated after tempering.

The optical quality

Chemical tempering gives better result than thermal tempering when a high optical quality is required.

 

When a more important hardness is required than the one the thermal tempering can supply.

With the chemical tempering it is possible to increase with a factor 4 the hardness in touch with the thermal tempering.

No surface distorsions

With chemical tempering you do not have surface distortion

Processing after tempering

One of the advantages for chemical tempering is that you can process the glass (drilling, edging, polishing, sandblasting, cutting…) after tempering. This is not possible for thermal tempering.

On another side with chemical tempering it is more difficult or even impossible to temper very large glasses, because the maximum furnaces dimensions (around 3200x2200).

More important in case the glass breaks, they remain very dangerous large glass pieces. For this reason, only glasses coming from thermal tempering can be accepted as “safety glasses”

2/Glass thermal tempering characteristics

The idea for chemical tempering (like for thermal tempering) is to put the glass surface under compression to increase strongly the hardness. In the chemical tempering case it is obtained by the migration at the glass surface (between 20 and 100 micrometers) of big potassium cations which take the cations sodium place. Sodium and calcium having similar chemical characteristics this change does not modify the glass properties.

This change is done dropping the glass inside a potassium salt bath between 12 and 20 hours. The salt bath temperature is around 400° Celcius.

Chemical tempering salt bath

 

3/Comparison between thermal and chemical tempering

 

 

Thermal tempering

Chemical tempering

Thickness (mm)

3 à 19

0.5 à 19

Surface compression ( N/mq)

30/70

300/400

Thickness for the compressed area

20% from the glass total thickness

20 to 120 microns

Flexion resistance           ( N/mq)

120/200

250/600

Pieces dimensions when glass breaks

Small pieces

Large pieces

Processing after tempering

 

No

 

Yes (cutting, drilling, edging, polishing, sandblasting…)

 

 

 

4/The main chemical markets

The cost for chemical tempering is much more important than the one for thermal tempering. So the main markets for chemical tempering are where the thermal tempering meets limits or problems.

-Small thickness

-Quality (distortion, optical quality, hardness..)

The markets for chemical tempering is in aviation, space and naval industry, automotive industry, luxury, architectural (bending) and in general when you need nos distortion.

 

5/Conclusion

Chemical tempering is another way to glass tempering, mainly when thermal tempering can bring a proper solution. But to be able to reach the quality required chemical tempering must be done in automatized furnaces and with security and checking systems to supply with productivity the high quality level required.