Saigon Convention and Exhibition Centre (SECC)
799 Nguyen Van Linh St., Dist.7
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
25 November 2016 I 12:30pm – 5:00pm
Limited Seats for 300 Pax Only!
Theme: Improving Efficiency & Productivity at the Workplace Environment
Welcome Address by Vietnam Glass Association
Mr Raymond Chng, Façade Leader – Singapore Associate, Buildings AURECON
General Manager of Kingboard (Fogang) Specialty Resins Limited, Mr Andrew Chan
Andrew Chan is the General Manager of KB PVB, China largest PVB film and resin manufacturer.
With his long experience in PVB industry, he successfully promoted KB PVB from a small local supplier to one of the world mainstream PVB suppliers in just 5 years.
He is also a professional technician in PVB R&D to create the new generation of PVB film including solar control and acoustic PVB for the new PVB market.
In this event Andrew is going to present the new technical information of PVB development.
Importance of PVB testing and new stricter testing standard for laminated glass
Head of Flat Tempering Business in Glaston, Mr Miika Äppelqvist
Miika Äppelqvist is a glass heat-treatment specialist who has worked in different management positions in glass heat-treatment and safety glass area.
During the past nearly 10 years he has been involved in the development and market launch of the latest tempering and laminating technology.
Currently he is head of Flat Tempering Business in Glaston.
Reaching the most growing façade glazing market: high quality heat-treated and laminated glass
Glass business is facing more global competition today than ever before. This means that all glass processors, local or global, need to prepare themselves for global competition.
This presentation sets the framework for global quality for all glass processors delivering glass to architectural applications.
First, this presentation goes through the current heat-treated glass quality requirements and gives practical quality requirements for façade glazing.
Reaching the quality requirements is becoming even more challenging as the buildings are made more energy efficient.
From façade point of view, this means new high-performing coatings and integrated intelligent glass solutions that change the way glass can be heat-treated and the requirements set for the glass.
Lately the most growing glass type in façade glazing been heat strengthened and laminated.
Lamination only recently has really started to gain momentum in global perspective.
This growth has been fueled by three main factors: safety, more creative architecture designs and the increasing use of glass as a structural element.
Modern architectural designs are calling for more complex glazing solutions.
Coated glass, screen printing, multilayer lamination is increasingly finding its way into today’s architecture.
This has a big impact how glass processors can guide and control their production in order to constantly provide quality products to their customers.
This presentation will also cover the latest technologies used to meet the growing quality demands globally in and neighboring countries of Vietnam.
We will also paint the future for growing quality requirements and how glass processors can prepare themselves for the future requirements.
Sales Manager Bystronic Lenhardt, Mr. Gernot Prinbaum
Coming from Bystronic Lenhardt with years in machinery business.
Since the last 18 years, he was involved in many insulating glass projects worldwide.
His experience and exposures in production manufacturing line of IG glass, gain him an in depth knowledge and practical experience in IG glass.
He is responsible for the sales and market development in Asia Pacific region.
Insulating Glass Technology
- Basics of insulating glass
- Why we need insulating glass
- Energy saving effect of insulating glass
- how to improve the efficiency of insulating glass
Chief Technology Officer, Xinyi Glass Engineering (Dongguan) Co. Ltd., Mr. Jianjun Yang
Mr. Jianjun Yang has been working now for Xinyi Glass for over 10 years, plus another 25 years experiences in academic research activities in China Glass Research Institute before joining Xinyi Glass which is now the leading glass manufacturers in China with Seven manufacturing facilities established across China and one in Malaysia.
His main focus relates to technology and innovative product development, especially on the energy efficient related glazings, providing solutions to various problems in design, selection and application of glasses in buildings.
Due to his great achievements in material sciences, he was honored Government Outstanding Expert with Special Allowance by the State Council in 2005 and often invited to participate in drafting related national regulations and standards, as an active member in many technical committees.
Yang Jianjun got his Bachelor degree in Material Science in Eastern China University of Science and Technology and Master degree in Applied Mechanics in Beijing Aeronautic and Aviation University.
Some considerations regarding safety and energy saving issues
- Fundamentals to window performances
-Smart and right selection and application of glazings for buildings
-Some considerations regarding safety and energy saving issues
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