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Compressor solutions for glass industry

Compressed air systems and nitrogen solutions to deliver high-quality, pure and safe glass. Energy efficient and reliable solutions tailored to glass manufacturing.

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Maximum energy efficiency

Industry leading energy efficiency through innovative sustainable technologies. We deliver energy efficient optimized compressed air installations.

Reliable global service network

Designed to deliver consistent performance and optimize uptime. To keep a check on every aspect of your glass production process, our service network ensures proactive control and monitoring, as well as an aftermarket support that suits your needs.

Optimal cost of ownership

Superior reliability and reduced production costs while protecting the quality and integrity of your product. We deliver the best value with very clear advantages.

Safe oil-free air for glass packaging

When compressed air is blown into parisons to form a glass bottle or jar, only oil-free compressed air from a Class 0 certified compressor is guaranteed to prevent contamination of your products. Our reliable compressed air solutions help glass manufacturers make high-quality and safe glass products.


  • Pneumatic transport of raw material
  • Combustion air for furnaces
  • Bottle blowing
  • Cooling air
  • Instrument air
  • Plant air
  • Autoclaves

Reliable supply of industrial gases for high quality flat glass

No matter what application you have, you need a reliable supply of industrial gases to produce high quality flat glass.

Onsite nitrogen generation is the best way to ensure reliable supply. But that's not everything. Generating nitrogen onsite is also more cost-effective, more energy efficient, includes less maintenance and gives you more freedom i.e. independency of third party supply.


  • Flat glass industry 
  • Metal industry 
  • Industrial Gas Companies 
  • Oil & Gas 
  • Food industry 
  • Chemical industry