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Expera Specialty Solutions Announces Glass Interleave Family Of Brands

KAUKAUNA, Wis. -- Expera is rolling out its refreshed line of Glass-Gard Prime™ and Glass-Gard™ papers, highlighting a diverse portfolio of specialty paper products that span a variety of end-use applications. From highly technical glass applications, to offering protection in automobile manufacturing, tough conditions have met their match.

"Glass-Gard Prime™ papers help prevent scratching and particle generation on the finished glass product, which are high priorities in technical glass manufacturing," explained Robyn Buss, Vice President Sales and Marketing for Expera Specialty Solutions. "Expera has developed proprietary manufacturing processes to remove the components that cause flaws on a finished glass product."

Expera's Glass-Gard™ papers also provide solutions for multiple industries to protect glass plates from abrasion and breakage that may occur during handling and transportation processes. Engineered to meet specific glass performance needs, Glass-Gard™ protects against chemical changes while ensuring surface purity for optimal downstream processing.

"We believe our customers deserve a wide variety of options to protect their glass products and serve their clientele," explained Buss. "These innovative glass interleave papers offer the durability, cleanliness, and exceptional product performance required for these demanding applications."


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