An overall view that makes the difference. What characterises Keraglass and has enabled the company to succeed as a world leader in the sector is its "all-round" approach to the glass industry. With innovative, functional and targeted solutions. Developed from a concrete and direct analysis of the problems that can arise in glass processing. Particularly in flat and bent tempered glass, screen printing, roller-coating and laminating.
Founded in the early Nineties by Stefano Spezzani,
in the space of a few years Keraglass became a point of reference in the sector of plant engineering for glass processing. Keraglass remains a driver of innovation in the sector, thanks also to the synergies developed with the key players on the market. An example can be found in the creation of the Kfo Double Star, a new glass tempering furnace with a PRE-HEATING convective chamber, successfully tested by the experimental glass station and designed to respond to the requirements of UNI marking in an increasingly specific and efficient manner and to temper the latest generation of LOW-E glass with the maximum quality.
Keraglass entered the world of shaping and tempering bent glass, installing the first “KBFO”, forming close and profitable collaboration with Techint SpA and acquiring the exclusive licence for the use of the patented technology.
the company patented the "RCK machine"
roller cleaning device, an automatic machine that allows the complete cleaning of the rollers, directly inside the furnace, without having to remove them.
In the wake of these great technological and commercial successes, Keraglass inaugurated the new head offices, first in 2004 and then in 2009
, in the Baiso industrial estate, in the hills near Reggio Emilia. Two large modern and multifunctional structures that reflect the company's dynamic spirit in their architectural concept.
With a view to continuous growth and extension of the offer and the company expertise, in 2014
Keraglass signed a technological partnership agreement with the Emmegi Group
, world leader in the production of machining systems for aluminium profiles, light alloy, PVC and iron. Glass is therefore added to aluminium, light alloys, iron, wood and PVC in a complete production range and a commercial network operating on 5 continents.
In 2015, Keraglass expands its product range, enhancing its range of oscillating tempering furnaces by including the Vision line, and launching the iPlotter and i5 single pass machines to gain a foothold on the digital glass printing market.
After one year spent consolidating the new structure, the Emmegi Group decided to strengthen its partnership with Keraglass by moving into position as the majority shareholder.