Aluminum Expands: The Biggest Glass Processing Line with Unique
Bavelloni has announced that its first complete integrated pre-processing
line in the Middle East has been purchased by White Aluminium Enterprises,
based in Abu Dhabi, UAE, to expand its architectural glass processing
"We are increasing capacity by investing in new product lines.
A double edger is necessary in order to complete the production
flow without any bottlenecks," remarks Jabr Doshan, deputy
general manager of White Aluminium.
The line features automatic loaders for large and small size glass
sheets, a full double-edging line with diamond and polishing wheels
on each side, on-line 6 heads CNC horizontal drilling & milling
line and unloading system. It is scheduled for delivery by the end
A First of Its Kind
The Bavelloni line features a number of properties in terms of flexibility
and sophistication of processing that have not been seen anywhere
before. There are no limits for the processed glass sheets, which
result in outstanding commercial opportunities. The Bavelloni line
features also a fully automatic washing and drying machine. It will
multiply the speed of operation, which enables White Aluminium production
to keep up with tight delivery times in the high-building-rate market
area. Installation and start-up are scheduled for early 2007.
White Aluminium, a large glass fabricator in all Middle East and
North Africa, has consistently invested in sophisticated equipment
for edging, bevelling, straight and shaped glass drilling, CNC multifunctional
centers mostly supplied by Bavelloni in the past 20 years. White
Aluminium focuses on handling and processing of maximum glass sizes
to better serve its customers.
The company has recently acquired a Tamglass ProE Magnum to boost
their tempering capacity. With several earlier CNC machines by Bavelloni,
and tempering and laminating technology by Tamglass the company
represents an interesting One-Stop-Partner case.
With state of the art processing machinery White Aluminium is able
to mass-produce high-quality glass units for major projects and
simultaneously manufacture for individually designed commercial
applications, such as commercial and residential buildings, hospitals,
schools, hotels and military and industrial installations.
Glaston Technologies, a division of stock exchange-listed Kyro Technologies,
is the leading supplier of glass processing machinery, with a complete
product range of Bavelloni's pre-processing machinery and Tamglass'
safety glass processing lines. Its customer service network is the
largest in the glass industry. Tamglass has delivered over 1,900
machines globally of which over 1,200 are flat tempering lines.
Bavelloni's machine base covers more than 100 countries with over