History of continuous development

June 30, 1962

Creation of Salavat plant of technical glass.

The production and shipment of the first products - staple fiberglass in rolls - were implemented that day. The workshop for the production of staple fiberglass by GRP, vertical blowing with steam, capacity of 100 thousand m3 per year. Fiberglass is a heat-insulating material that used for the most important construction sites in Siberia, the Urals, the Far East and other regions of the country. The first responsible performers are: Fedorova, Ovchinnikova, Limarenko. The workshop manager was Pugachev Yuri Fedorovich. The first chiefs of shifts are Smirnov, Filippov, Sergeev, Voloshenko, Holomiev; the first glassmongers: Aspidov, Yezhov, Taranets, Kugaevsky, Ratkin, Popov; the first on duty brickies: Volodin, Fedorov, Mukhamedyanov, Vasyunin; the first mechanics: Pozharsky, Safin, Kazakov.


1963 -1964

Start of the window glass by the method of upward drawing of the glass tape

Start up took place on the eve of the Builders' day. On August 10, 1963, the largest glass-melting oven in Europe manufacturing the window glass was lit at the plant. In December, the commission accepted the whole complex of glass window constructions with a capacity of 9 million m2 per year. Before that, a month of welding glass melting was going on. More than 2000 tons of molten glass melt in the glass melting furnace. In order to load this glass in cars, it would have to be at least one thousand dump trucks. The chief of the workshop was Vladimir Egorovich IGNATOV. At the start-up of the workshop, the glass makers were OVCHINNIKOV, ROGOZHIN, the engineer Ermolaev, the shift supervisor, the master KOVALEV, the machinists BAKAEV, VINTER, the drivers of the Air Force No. 7 KAZAKULOV, YERMOLAEV, ZVEREV were the first people who accepted Salavat glass tthat was produced for the first time. In the start-up of the plant's first-born, which brought it to the level of the largest in the Soviet Union, there were Seskutov, Budov, Ignatov, Shutovsky, Bogorats, Fedorov, Milkov, Volodin, Vasunin, Kovilev, Monakhov, Limarenko, Ovchinnikov, Fedorov, Minkov and many others. The production of glazing plate glass by upward drawing was mastered the following year.


December 1964

The production of soluble sodium silicate

Initially, the production performance was 50 thousand tons per year. On July 9, 1964, Commission group headed by Chief engineer Budov V., Chief technologist Ignatov V., Chief mechanic Silinsky A. took over the oven to the load with an erclez. Drying and establishment stable operation were started on September, 7. The workshop manager was Pugachev Yu.F., responsible for the shifts - Biryukov, Khasanov. The first glassmakers - Shuvalov A., Vasiliev G. In the workshop there was a close-knit team: Makarov, Bashin, Romanova, Tagirov, Glushenko, Goncharova, Baranov, Sagitova. For a short time, the capacity was almost doubled. Production at that time was in demand at the factories of Ufa, Kuibyshev, Moscow, Irkutsk, Saratov and Penza.

In December 1964, a workshop for the production of unpolished tempered glass - Stalinite, was commissioned at the first slot furnace with a capacity of 200 thousand m2 per year. The processing of the edges of the glass was carried out with an abrasive, polishing the scratches - with a spherical felt disc. Safety glass - stalinite was used for glazing of cars, tractors, buses. Consumers were automobile and tractor factories of the country: Ulyanovsk Automobile, Volgograd Tractor, Volzhsky and Kamsky Automobile Plants, Kurgan Bus Plant.

The first head of the workshop was Shutovsky Nikolai Vasilievich. The first masters were Sultangildina F., Lagunova N., Bikbulatova V., Seskutova E.; first masters of tempering and facet - Sankina, Petrikova, Shaikhislamov, Batashov, Vasilyev, Afanasyev. Specialists who continued that production were Kareyeva A., Blinnikova P., Ivanova G., Mirasova M., Akhmerova, Tsibulskaya, Stabrova, Evseeva, Mavlyutova, Hrykin, Samsonov, Yakovlev, Iontsev, Shaikhislamov, Nikolaev, Kozlov, Kamyshlov, Bakaeva, Lapshina.



Mirror production.

Initially, the technology of making a mirror plate for furniture needs was a method of depositing silver from a solution on a glass surface. In 1971, silver was changed with a vacuum method. In 1977, the production was expanded of prismatic mirrors intended for the acquisition of VAZ and KAZ vehicles as well as haberdashery mirrors of various shapes and sizes. However, the production of mirrors at the plant was stopped in 2009.

Production of consumers goods began in 1964 with manufacturing of aquariums, shelves for refrigerators, tiles, table glasses. The chief of the workshop was Veniamin Viktorovich Arbuzov.

In April 1969 the workshop of consumer goods mastered the production of mirrors by the method of silvering. The first silver-maker was Rogova, the first facets were Khasanova, Karakozova, the first carver was Tikhonova. The first masters - Romadanov, Chuyev. There was also the first inventor and skilled worker - Kuklin SI.

In April 1971, the production of mirrors was mastered by the method of glass aluminizing in vacuum chambers UV-18M. In the development participated power engineer Muravyov N., electrician Vladimirov P., fitter Sergeev M.

In 1977, the production area of ​​the workshop of mirrors was expanded. On December 28, a site for manufacturing prismatic mirrors was put into operation. The mechanized line, equipped with imported and domestic equipment, was at that time the only one in the country and had a design capacity of 2.6 million pieces of mirrors per year. Prismatic mirrors were intended for the acquisition of cars from the Volga and Kama automobile factories. Many specialists worked hard in the workshop: Khaziahmetov, Selin, Bobrov, Makarova, Urazgulov, Okolzin, Kadinov, Semendyaev, Vyazovtsev, Nasyrov, Sevrin and many others.

On March 11, 1967, the largest in Europe furnace of the rolling mill with a production capacity of 3 million m2 of glass per year was lit. On April 20, the first ribbon of reinforced glass was obtained. The development of patterned glass was begun. The Head of the workshop was N.S. Leontiev.




Mastering the production of patterned sheet glass and carpet-mosaic tiles. On June 7, 1968, a section of carpet-mosaic tiles with a capacity of 300,000 m2 per year was put into operation at the silicate-clay production shop. Tile size 15x15 mm was used for facing external walls, columns, panels, for the design of the panel. In 1978, the production of carpet-mosaic tiles on the newly constructed second line was mastered. As a raw material, industrial waste of household thermoses and blowing glasses are used, instead of traditional blasting and battle in glassmaking.

In 1968, the polishing workshop was put into operation with a capacity of 300 thousand m2 per year on individual machines PPS-73. The first batch of sheets of polished glass was received in October, 29. Grinding and polishing were carried out on 10 grinding and 26 polished machines, manual physical labor was used.



At first it was the start up of flat tempered glass in 1964. On January 25, 1990, a new line for tempering LZAS-600 glass was put into operation with a capacity of 600,000 m2 of tempered glass per year. The first check (running) of the equipment took place on 12 January, during which some defects were eliminated, technical availability of the equipment was revealed. During the second start up the products were produced on March 16.




Date of September 29, 1975 is significant for introduction of a complex for the production of polished glass domestic method of two-stage spinning of the tape on the melt of tin.

The reconstruction process was supervised by the workshop manager, Tokarev Valentin Dmitrievich. He was assisted by Rozhkov V., Lobanov A., Tikhomirov V., Leontiev N., Salikhov R., Yapparova V., Opetyat N. There were prepared glassmakers, machinists, operators, brickies, mechanics, electricians: Abdullin F., Rogozin M. , Fedorov I., Ermakov, Chuyev, Chukhrov, Larichev, Khalidullin, Artyushenko E., Minkov, Ivanov G., Chushkin A., Karimov R., Shamukaev P., 0 Brylev, Dyadechko, Chernov, Shirokih, Nizamov, Volkov, Lagunov, Sukharev L., Kosenko, Suyagulov, Volodkin – everybody was the first, everybody was needed. This was a victory that brought the plant to the number of the largest in the USSR.



On September 22, 1977 the line for the production of double-glazed windows was put into operation. The line is automated and mechanized. Glued double-glazed windows are used for glazing of industrial, residential, civil buildings.



The beginning of the production of crystal products was in 1978. The furnace was reconstructed a section of glass beads for cooking crystal glass. By November 7, 1978, the first experimental samples of items were obtained: dishes and chandeliers. In 1989, the furnace for cooking crystal glass was reconstructed with a capacity of 3 tons of glass per day. The furnace was lit up on September 16, and a month later the first crystal products were received.

Many specialists worked hard in the workshop: Ivanov, Petrikov, Kiselev, Markin, Romanov, Yuldashev, Surgutchev. Without art creativity of the craftsman Antipin N. not a single piece of crystal or colored glass was born.




The beginning of production of laminated glass triplex

In January 1981, the production of glass "triplex" of the workshop for the production of technical glass was commissioned. The capacity of the 1st line for the production of bent automotive glass is 250,000 m2 per year, the 2nd line is 246.66 thousand m2. Triplex safety multilayer glass consists of two glasses, between them there is an intermediate layer - polyvinylbutylene film, which provides increased safety of the glass due to reducing the danger of injury with broken fragments. The first head of the workshop was Nikolai Shornikov.



Construction and commissioning of the first production line of glass containers.

In the mid-1990s, a need for a vodka bottle was increased in Bashkortostan. Due to the manufacture of glass containers, the exhausted its resource workshop for the production of household thermoses was re-equipped. For the production of a competitive bottle, a fully automatic metering and mixing unit was used. The line made it possible to produce the whole denomination of bottles from 0.33 liters to 1.0 liters. On June 24, 1998, the first line of the glass container was started up. And later, in 2000, the second line of glass containers wasput into operation that allowed to increase the performance of products and expand the range to 3 types. By the end of 2008 the company had already started to produce 18 types of bottles.

On June 24, 1998, the first production was received, in a newly built glass container factory, the capacity of a glass melting furnace was 140 tons per day. This is a modern production with a capacity of 50 million bottles per year. The first consumer of the new container was the Sterlitamak distillery.

Bottles for food liquids of 0.5 and 0.25 liter capacity are made. Glass containers are manufactured using imported equipment from SKLOSTROJ (Czech Republic) and HEYE-GLAS (Germany), which has six control parameters. Now the workshop produces additional souvenir bottles.

The first chief of the workshop is Donster Arthur Vladislavovich.

Active participation in the construction, start-up and commissioning of the workshop was made by: deputy chief of technology Yachevsky D., master Budilov S., glassmaker Almukeev A., adjusters - Galiakberov Z., Zhukov G., Mikhailov I., Kulukbaev R., operators - Denisov V., Khamitov G. tool maker Shakiryanov M., Burenin V., Vasiliev A.

At the end of year 2000, the second line was started up with a production capacity of 50 million bottles per year.



Mastering the production of sodium silicate soluble.



2005 -2007

Start after reconstruction of the first and second float lines for the production of high-quality glass. In 2006, the first shipment of Jumbo glass with a size of 6000x3210 mm was made.



Start-up of a new production of sodium silicate soluble

As a result of the reconstruction of the silicate-clay site, all the stages of production of sodium silicate - from preparation of the batch to transportation to the warehouse are automated. As a result the capacity of the workshop has been significantly increased. Today it is 300 tons per day.




Business combination of glass factories of JSC "Salavatsteklo" and JSC "Saratovstroysteklo".



The development of architectural glass with a coating

The production cycle is based on the latest high-tech European equipment for applying nanocoatings. Patented technology allows creating architectural glass of any color with solar control and heat-saving properties.

By 2018, 23 products with a coating on the glass have been developed so far. Works of increasing the productivity and quality of the shipped products continue.