Vertisa Glass Lamination Autoclave Systems

Glass Lamination
Autoclave Systems

VERTISA autoclaves are a worldwide reference in industries such as
Glass Lamination, Automotive, Tire Retreading, Food, Pharmaceutical
and Textile, Composite, Rubber Curing, and construction.

Glass Lamination Autoclave Systems

Glass Lamination Autoclave windshields and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resins or any laminate for buildings and other architectural solutions. These autoclaves feature the latest technology to provide full control of the process. Glass lamination is achieved by heating the air inside the autoclave using electrical resistances or steam. Hot air is evenly distributed thanks to an electro-ventilator to achieve maximum temperature homogeneity in all areas. Likewise, a water cell cools the environment at the end of the cycle to lower.

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Our Technology

VERTISA has devoted a large part of its resources and R&D to research the potential of these new materials and to become a leading company at the national and international level in the research of these materials and their industrial applications.

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Autoclave Systems
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Laminated glass is essentially safety glass made by joining two or more glasses of variable thickness, placing one or more layers of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) between them, and then placing the assembly in an autoclave.

To optimize the productivity of the autoclave, it is essential to work with the supplier to accurately define the maximum time to reach these temperature and pressure conditions.

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