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Location: Hotel Horal mountain resort, Velke Karlovice, Czech Republic.Date: 22nd September - 23rd September 2021
The 2021 Seminar will focus on presentations that provide solutions to reduce CO2 emissions by 40% or more by the year 2030, following the Paris Climate agreement.
Location: Eindhoven, The Netherlands/OnlineDate: 27th September - 1st October 2021
This training is an excellent introduction for new glass makers and a perfect refresher for more experienced ones. Thus course contains a global overview of key glass making technologies. At the end of the training, you will have a clear view of the industrial glass production and plenty of ideas to optimise your process. This comprehensive course was developed in cooperation with the Dutch glass industry national committee (NCNG).
Location: Milan, ItalyDate: 5th October - 8th October 2021
Trade show specialised in machinery for the flat and hollow glass sectors.
Location: Eindhoven, The Netherlands/OnlineDate: 12th October 2021
This in-depth training describes the fundamentals of heat transfer mechanisms in the combustion space, batch blanket and glass melt. It focusses on radiative heat transfer in glass melts depending on the presence of colouring ions and redox state of the melt. The effects of new, emerging, sustainable furnace technologies, like hydrogen combustion and full electric melting on the heat transfer mechanisms are elucidated.
Location: Sheffield, UK and onlineDate: 13th October - 14th October 2021
Fossil fuel combustion is a key element affecting glass furnace emissions and energy consumption. Combustion settings and burner types influence heat transfer and formation of aggressive and polluting species such as NOx. In addition to explaining the various mechanisms responsible for polluting species, the course will explain how to reduce emissions both from the perspective of primary (process-integrated) and secondary (end-of-pipe) techniques.
Location: Tampere, FinlandDate: 20th October - 22nd October 2021
The Glass Performance Days (GPD) event in 2021 will celebrate its 29th year of service to the glass industry.
The modular program of the event will consist of the following:
- October 19-20, Exclusive Workshops
- October 20 – 22, Conference Part (3 parallel technical sessions each day) and Business and Networking Part. In 2021, we will not have the usual exhibition, but we will provide a unique environment that will allow business and networking discussions in both days.
Location: Eindhoven, The Netherlands/onlineDate: 26th October - 27th October 2021
The refractory materials used in industrial melting furnaces are a big investment for the glass manufacturer. The different parts of the furnace, including melter, refiner, working end/forehearth channels and regenerator chambers, require different refractory types with specific chemistry and properties. In regular glass production, furnace refractories are a source for solid defects, like stones and cords in the glass.
Location: OnlineDate: 26th October - 26th October 2021
GlassTrend are hosting a webinar to discuss decarbonisation options for the glass industry.
This webinar session will be hosted by Michael Zier from Institut für Energie- und Klimaforschung (IEK).
Location: Eindhoven, The Netherlands/OnlineDate: 28th October - 29th October 2021
The training is dedicated to everyone in flat glass production who needs a high-level understanding of the melting and forming processes of flat glass. A general overview will be given of the main characteristics of flat glass production focusing on the melting and forming operation, with the defects related to these processes also described.
Location: Columbus, Ohio, USADate: 1st November - 4th November 2021
US-based conference focused on glass manufacturing issues and trends.
Location: Bangkok, ThailandDate: 16th November - 18th November 2021
Glasstech Asia, part of the world’s prominent trade network, is the leading BAU trade fair which serves as a highly connected platform for the glass industry in Southeast Asia.
Bringing together international experts specialising in all sectors of glass such as manufacturers, processors, and suppliers of glass machinery and accessories, Glasstech Asia provides an exclusive opportunity to meet with leading regional buyers from major markets in the ASEAN region, and network with top international connections from the BAU network. Experience strong growth in clientele base, brand exposure, networks, sales, through high profiled meetings and establish a strong foothold in one of the most dynamic and profitable regions in the world for the glass industry.
Location: Moscow, RussiaDate: 17th November - 18th November 2021
International conference on analysis of the current state of consumption and production of the Russia's glass industry and growth prospects until 2025.
Location: Mumbai, India/onlineDate: 23rd November - 25th November 2021
Global competitive manufacturing hubs are critical to improve your business as it has the potential to add 7% to GDP. Further re-looking our business ecosystem to cope also with the recent pandemic forces us also to optimise process efficiency. This improves both economics and sustainability of glass production without compromising quality. Here, the challenges are plenty, so let’s focus & deep dive into “Glass Melting & Process Improvement” to guide into a sustainable and cost effective glass melting process.
This training is intended for experienced glass experts (> 5 years of experience) willing to deepen their understanding on specific topics. Employees from the Indian glass industry or
suppliers, in various areas:
•Production : batch, furnace and melting,
•Emission control and reduction,
•Research and Development,
•Furnace design and construction,
•Refractories, raw materials, gas, sensor suppliers etc.
Location: Seoul, Incheon, South KoreaDate: 5th December - 8th December 2021
The purpose of the ICG Annual meeting 2021 is to create a platform for contacts and cooperation for Glass: Tradition and Emerging Innovations, entrepreneurs and investors in the area of glass technology. It also provides the premier interdisciplinary forum for scientists, engineers, and practitioners to present their latest research results. An important goal of this conference is to extend the cutting edge in the context of challenges for glass makers and new uses for glass products. Thereby an industry can attract and develop prospective talents from the platform and bring then to develop and adopt the new technology.
Location: Glassman Events, Seoul, South KoreaDate: 17th February - 18th February 2022
The Glassman event brings together glassmakers with leading technology suppliers.
The two-day show will include a conference that will focus on the latest trends, issues and opportunities in the glassmaking industry.
Location: Brussels Expo, BelgiumDate: 9th March - 10th March 2022
SIM Europe offers you the chance to meet senior executives who are responsible for driving sustainability from a wide range of hard-to-abate manufacturing sectors, including steel, aluminium, glass, chemicals and cement.
Location: Monterrey, MexicoDate: 11th May - 12th May 2022
Location: Sao Paulo, BrazilDate: 29th June - 2nd July 2022
Glass South America is an event of the glass industry in Latin America, gathering qualified professionals of the market who are looking for new technologies, suppliers and networking.
Location: Berlin, GermanyDate: 3rd July - 8th July 2022
Providing knowledge on glass-related issues that has grown over the decades in the form of publications and lectures.
Location: Dusseldorf, GermanyDate: 20th September - 23rd September 2022
glasstec is the world's leading trade fair for the glass industry with 1,276 exhibitors from 50 countries. Whether glass production, processing technologies, new glass products or innovative craft processing. The spectrum is unique. In 2022, pioneering innovations, products and developments await you here as well.