Both lines are optimised for production, but today we are focusing on the newer line and the photos below tell part of the story that ends with a pristine unit for delivery.
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|The glass is pre-toughened using our on site facility. The pieces are then moved to our main factory and loaded on to the line. First stop, the washer.|
|Each unit requires two spacer bars. These are prepared for each order and moved into position in time for the units being made.|
|Spacer bar meets glass. A lot of our work is automated once elements are loaded, but some things will always need the human touch.|
|The press seals the three panes and two spacer bars together, effectively creating the unit.|
|Here is a close up of the pressed unit. You can clearly see the three pieces of glass.|
|Seen to the left, the air probes are creating a vacuum that is filled with argon gas.|
|At the final stage of the process prior to inspection, the Robot seals the new Triple Glazed unit with Polysulphide.|
- The County TEAM.