Pulp Studio Adds Capacity, Doubles Output of Laminated Glass
Pictured: Pulp Studio’s new autoclave machinery arrives at its 150,000-square-foot facility in southern California.
Pulp Studio added equipment and capacity to its laminating department, effectively doubling the daily output in the company's 150,000 square foot facility, say company officials. The scheduled updates began in March of 2020 and included a remodel and rehabilitation of Pulp Studio’s autoclave assets used for glass lamination.
“We felt it was time to transform and expand one of our larger autoclaves while replacing one of our less productive machines,” says Bernard Lax, CEO for Pulp Studio. “We have added a new 84-inch by 250-inch machine and updated one of our older machines to a 102-inch by 250-inch format. Essentially, this almost doubles our daily capacity to meet the high demand of both our ongoing production and the need for taller sizes of glass.”
Pulp Studio currently operates five autoclaves and two laminating furnaces. Over the past year, Pulp Studio also made major investments in green infrastructure projects including solar power, paint waste distillation and recycling of all its paper waste.