Windotec Elevates Glass Production with Cutting-Edge Investment
In a groundbreaking move, Honduran powerhouse Windotec has invested significantly in advancing safety glass production. Renowned as a regional leader and boasting over 15 years of specialization in glass processing, Windotec has chosen Hornos Pujol’s esteemed Pujol 100 PVB+ for their latest venture—a 40×28 unit installation.
Strengthening Glass Processing Expertise
Based in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Windotec has solidified its commitment to top-notch technology with the Pujol 100 PVB+. This strategic investment propels their project to establish a state-of-the-art factory equipped to produce three variants of laminated glass: conventional, armored, and impact-resistant laminated glass tailored for the U.S. and Caribbean markets.
Cost-Efficiency and Technological Versatility with Pujol 100 PVB+
The adoption of Pujol 100 PVB+ positions Windotec for reduced investment costs and substantial savings in energy efficiency for each laminated product unit. The oven’s versatility extends to laminating PVB, EVA, and ionoplastics (SGP), offering flexibility that aligns seamlessly with Windotec’s diverse production needs.
Pujol 100 PVB+: Efficiency Beyond Expectations
Windotec’s choice of Pujol 100 PVB+ brings about a host of advantages. Notably, the absence of humidity or temperature control during storage or processing streamlines operations. This innovative solution eliminates the need for expensive calendering systems, resulting in up to 70% lower energy efficiency costs compared to traditional autoclave systems.
Remote Monitoring and Quality Assurance
Pujol 100 PVB+ includes the state-of-the-art Pujol e-Connect system, ensuring remote monitoring and complete security. This feature allows Windotec to maintain control and verify production quality, marking a significant leap forward in operational efficiency.
President’s Vision: A Technologically Advanced Future
Pablo Rishmawi, President of Windotec, expressed confidence in their choice: “Our new Pujol 100 PVB+ furnace will be of great help in entering the high-potential market of safety and anti-hurricane glass in the United States and the Caribbean.”
Strategic Collaboration for Global Expansion
Jorge Pujol, CEO of Hornos Pujol, echoed the sentiment, emphasizing the partnership’s role in global expansion. “With the implementation of this new project, and thanks to recognized processors like Windotec, we continue to advance in consolidating Pujol 100 PVB+ as a superior quality product.”
Windotec’s commitment to cutting-edge technology, paired with Pujol 100 PVB+, sets the stage for a future where safety and anti-hurricane glass redefine industry standards.
Source: Hornos Industriales Pujol with additional information added by Apazone