Ferro Corporation decides upon Despatch’s UltraFlex firing furnace

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Ferro Corporation released that it has chosen Despatch Industries UltraFlex firing furnace to use during the production of their pastes for the solar industry. “Implementing the UltraFlex gives us the fast firing capacity and strict profile control required for developing our next generation of advanced paste formulas,” commented Todd Williams, business manager for Ferro. “Our expertise in developing and manufacturing pastes, along with the enhanced performance capabilities of the UltraFlex, will allow our customers to produce higher efficiency cells at lower costs.”

“The next-generation technology features of the UltraFlex were specifically designed to enable new paste development and to address the future firing needs of paste manufacturers. The incredible flexibility and precise control that this tool offers will help Ferro take their paste development to the next level of performance and efficiency,” said John Farrell, managing director of Despatch Solar. “We are very pleased that Ferro chose the UltraFlex and we look forward to continuing to work with them to bring higher efficiency products to their customers.”

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