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Autoclaves for the production of laminated safety glass

Glass is a fascinating material. However, only when it is safe it is universally usable without any risk of danger. SCHOLZ develops complete autoclave systems for the production of laminated safety glass.

Our competence in this segment is documented by over 50 years of experience and more than 900 delivered systems to renowned glass manufacturers worldwide.

Every single autoclave made by SCHOLZ for the production of laminated safety glass is a custom product. Hence, we take the greatest effort to fulfil all our customers’ requirements right down to the slightest detail. This also applies to services and performances which are not explicitly listed in our delivery program. Talk to us! We will take care of your requests.


Complete autoclave systems with pressure and temperature control for the production of laminated safety glass as well as windscreens for the entire product range.

Temperature homogeneity

Guaranteed temperature homogeneity throughout the entire working area via optimised ventilator and optimised airflow and through the special alignment of the heaters. Process optimisation based on an analytic computer simulation of the airflow characteristic and temperature distribution


Air receivers, valves and fittings, compressors, cooling tower stations


Autoclaves constructed for the execution of the 'Heat Soak Test'


Construction and fabrication according to all European and international regulations

Quality Control System

Application of the most modern production facilities in connection with a proven system for the approval of the equipment through a notified body (e.g. TÜV, Lloyd’s etc.). All necessary tests can be carried out on-site. This guaranties high quality, proven product characteristics at the highest level of safety.

Usable length and any other operating parameters produced as requested or according to customer specification.

  • maintenance-free air circulation system
  • process safety system for batch protection in the case of a power cut

Heating Methods:
  • electrically heated
  • indirect gas heating with steam or oil as heat transfer media