Yesho Tuff sets up new tempering plant in Hyderabad

May 14, 2019 Company News2

Top Annealed Glass Trading Company Ventures Into Architectural Glass

Yesho Tuff is an Architectural Glass processing company based out of Hyderabad. One of the top trading companies for annealed glass in India, it has now ventured into the processing business for architectural glass.

Yesho Tuff sets up new tempering plant in Hyderabad

Yesho Tuff is spread over an area of 200,000 sq ft, with a built-up area of close to 100,000 sq ft. Its tempering plant has been established with the vision for future expansion and growth. With all the machines that the company will be investing in over the next five years being planned ahead and all the utility work for these machines executed perfectly, the company currently has the following;
1. Top and Bottom Convection Tempering Furnace
2. Jumbo Cutting Line from Bottero with 4 Station Auto Loaders
3. Double Edger with checking table
4. Complete set of Fabrication Machinery
5. Washing Machine with Low E capability
6. Completely Automated Gas filling IG Line.
7. A complete quality test Lab for architectural glass with all BIS Standard testing equipment (Equipment Ordered).

Future Plan
1. Complete Automatic Lamination Line with Auto Clave
2. Seaming Line
3. Automated CNC Work Centres
4. Digital Ceramic Glass Printing Machine
5. Further Automation Equipmen111t
• EN12150 for Tempered Glass
• EN1863 for Heat Strengthened Glass.
• EN1279 for Insulated Glass.
• EN1096 for Coated Glass.
• Fully equipped Quality Testing
Lab with BIS Standard testing equipment.
Yesho Tuff has given social responsibility and sustainability very high importance right from its inception. Which is why the company has invested a huge amount of money in ensuring that every drop of water that falls onto the rooftop area of over 100,000 sq ft structure is channelled properly into a rainwater harvesting reservoir that can save the company close to 16 lakh litres of fresh rainwater annually. In addition to building a rainwater harvesting pit, the company has also invested in recycling all the water that comes out of the glass processing machines, including and especially grinding machines such as double edger, single edger, and bevelling machines through a special 3-stage filtration system. With the increasing demands of the market for uninterrupted power supply and also with the cost of power going up every day, Yesho Tuff has also invested in a complete solar capable roof for its shed and also plans on investing money in introducing solar panels on its rooftop to generate clean energy to offset its current energy requirements. “As per theoretical calculations, the rooftop solar panels alone will be able to generate close to 700 KVa of clean power which is enough to sustain the complete power requirement for the company currently,” says Harsh Agarwal, who runs the company along with his brother Yash Agarwal, under the able guidance of their father Mr Sanjeev Agarwal, uncle Rajeev Agarwal and grandfather Mr B L Agarwal.
Target Market
Yesho Tuff ’s current target market is naturally to supply to the retail division. It has channel partners and suppliers in parts of Karnataka, Maharashtra, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh and the company plans on utilizing this network over the next six months to spread awareness of high-performance glass along with clear benefits of tempered glass over annealed glass.

About the Company
Yesho Tuff is an Architectural Glass processing company based out of Hyderabad with state-of-the-art machinery and facilities to process the best quality of high-performance glasses in India. The company is led by brothers Harsh and Yash Agarwal.

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