Impra has purchased a Mappi glass tempering furnace capable of combining larger production volumes and offering increased flexibility. The Czech Republic-based company, which provides products for the flat glass building industry, purchased an MTH Series Convection 2600 5000 Super low-E System GHBS Xtreme Profile Convection tempering furnace.

Impra purchased an MTH Series Convection 2600 5000 Super low-E System GHBS Xtreme Profile Convection tempering furnace.

Mappi CEO Nancy Mammaro says the MTH machines were designed to meet the needs of large glass sizes without losing quality, flexibility and energy efficiency.

“We are happy to be able to collaborate with companies like Impra, market leaders that have a modern vision and are projected towards the future,” she says. “Our new MTH was born from listening to the specific needs of companies of this type, for which the ATS 4.0 was perfect but not big enough. The challenge we faced was growing in size without losing quality, flexibility and energy efficiency. The feedback from Impra and all the companies that have installed MTH in recent months tells us that the challenge has been won.”