, Glass International[limg01] Heat Up Latin America - the subsidiary of Hotwork International in Mexico - has successfully completed the heat-up and cullet-fill project for FEVISA I
Heat Up Latin America – the subsidiary of Hotwork International in Mexico – has successfully completed the heat-up and cullet-fill project for FEVISA Industrial in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
A very common complication that occurs during the process of cullet filling was resolved using Hotwork’s water-cooled vibrating slide, which reduce fines in the furnace.
The HV3000 – the latest edition of Hotwork’s heat up equipment – with additional safety control features for burners and with Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), updated with the latest safety Standards, was used for this project.
Heat Up Latin America is currently involved in more projects in Mexico and Latin America. Directors, Benjamin Köster and Hans Mehl, are available at any time for inquiries and further information.
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