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Glasstech Sells Energy-Efficient System to UK Window Manufacturer

September 3, 2002
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Anglian Windows Group, England, recently purchased Glasstech's FCH2 forced-convection heater, a state-of-the-art system that addresses the need to efficiently process Low-E glass. "The FCH2 meets today's needs for high-capacity tempering of Low-E products and will become more important as the use of such products increases," said John Baxter, senior vice president of marketing and sales. Representing a marked improvement over traditional electric radiation heating, the FCH2 can heat Low-E glass at a rate twice as fast, improving production and lowering costs.

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