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Journées portes ouvertes, Ecole Suisse de Vitrail


Samedi 30 Novembre de 10 à 17 Heures


Présentation des travaux d’élèves en formation, démonstrations, ateliers pour adultes et enfants……..


Ecole Suisse de Vitrail

Avenue de Venise

1870 Monthey


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Miroiterie à vendre

Localisation : grande ville côte d'azur.

Miroiterie traditionnelle avec activité menuiserie Aluminium et PVC.

Miroiterie structurée bien connue et existant depuis plusieurs dizaines d'années

Parc machines important (rectiligne, table de coupe, perceuse, sableuse...)

Cause de la cession : départ en retraite du dirigeant.



On October 31, 2019 Bavelloni SpA finalized the acquisition of all (100%) of the shares of Glaston Mexico S.A. de C.V., a company of the Glaston Group.


Glaston Mexico, whose company name will become Bavelloni Mexico, is a business based in Guadalajara (Mexico) specializing in the sales and service of Bavelloni products and in the sales of Glaston HT machines.

The Company has been operating for more than 25 years, installing over 1000 machines in Mexico and other Central American countries.




The purchase of the Mexican subsidiary represents a milestone in Bavelloni's strategic plan, as it will allow the direct management of both commercial and after-sales activities in a very important area of the world.

Bavelloni Mexico will continue to be managed by Matteo Gherseni who successfully ran the subsidiary over the last ten years.


At the same time as the acquisition, an agency contract was also finalized enabling Bavelloni Mexico to continue promoting Glaston HT products in Mexico and Central America as the Official Agent for the Finnish brand.


The collaboration between Glaston and Bavelloni will continue unchanged also in Italy, where Bavelloni SpA is Glaston Official Agent, as well as in Brazil and Singapore, where Glaston operates as Bavelloni Official Distributor.


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Nouveau four de trempe pour Emaver

Le miroitier de La Garde vient de recevoir son nouveau four de trempe Italien.



Glass history, the industrial era.


The more important change in glass manufacturing was designed by a man called Pilkington who was working for the Pilkington company in Scotland (Even with the same name he was not a family member of the company owner).

This new manufacturing conception called “float” allowed to drastically decrease the production costs. It was the start for a very fast increasing in glass using for architectural, furniture, cars…


The float:

At the outlet of the glass melting furnace, the glass flows under a tin bed. This way the glass remains transparent on the 2 sides and the following polishing step is no more compulsory.

Adjusting the flow speed the operator can manufacture the glass in the different thickness required by the market.

After the tin bed the glass is no more liquid and can be moved with rolls up to another continuous furnace where the glass is going to slowly cool down to stabilize the glass internal structure and avoid later possible breakage.

It is now automatically cut (jumbo or half jumbo size), and stored before to be loaded in specific trucks for delivery for the glazier or industrial user.


A float plant is able to manufacture on average around 1000 tons a day and is working night and days without stopping the glass production.