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Alulanka launches high-speed glass tempering solutions at new plant


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Alulanka Ltd., Sri Lanka’s pioneer in building finishes, unveiled their new, state-of-the-art tempering plant, ‘Grand Tempered’ at their Bulugahagoda, Ganemulla manufacturing premises recently. Equipped with ultra-modern technology this new plant houses some of the latest, high-tech machinery, including one of the largest combination glass flat/bending tempering furnaces in the country. 

Imported from glass processing/production line experts SOUTHTECH in China, this modern horizontal roller hearth can load large scale flat glass of dimensions 4200mm x 2440mm, and bend glass panels of dimensions 3600mm x 2400mm. This dual-functioning unit expedites the heating and cooling process of glass tempering, enabling Alulanka to produce a larger number of high quality tempered glass panels at a faster time to market. 

“We have made a large investment to ensure that the building finishes industry in Sri Lanka is on par with our global counterparts, offering our loyal clients the fastest, best quality tempered glass solutions from our Grand Tempered manufacturing facility,” stated Alulanka Managing Director S.D. Anura Jayasinghe. “We are certain that Sri Lanka’s construction industry, especially architects and engineers who value creative structural elements in building construction will benefit greatly from our offering.”

Established in 1992, Alulanka has mastered the art of building finishes over the past 25 years of operation, providing unparalleled solutions in high quality aluminium and glass architectural fittings. The business venture, a three-way partnership between lifelong friends S.D. Anura Jayasinghe (Managing Director), D.D. Sudesh Mangala (Director) and I.D. Premawansa (Director), has today progressed into becoming a market leader, pioneering the latest technologies and state-of-the-art solutions in Sri Lanka to provide their clientele with the most reliable, durable and highest quality finishing works in the construction industry. 

Powered by a team of almost 200 professionals including highly qualified and experienced engineers, architects, surveyors, draftsmen and technicians, Alulanka guarantees the most feasible, sustainable and aesthetically pleasing design options to suit all client requirements, with no compromise on superior quality in both product and service. 

The company specialises in designing, fabricating, supplying and installing aluminium glazed doors, windows, aluminium wall cladding, glass, skylights, curtain walls, partitions, ceilings and related accessories. The company’s trading arm, Alulanka Enterprises imports high quality material from regional suppliers such as Dubai, India, Pakistan and Malaysia, also sourcing stocks for other construction companies across Sri Lanka. 

The company also imports from China the ALUTILE and SAKURA brand Aluminium Composite Panels (ACP) to Sri Lanka, a highly economical substitute panel that is frequently used for cladding, as façade material for buildings, as signage and insulation as well as MEILUDA (Mineral Fiber) and TALENT brand (steel ceiling) ceiling panels to cater the special ceiling requirements in the market.

The company services many esteemed clients from both public and private sectors such as Nuwani constructions, Sierra Constructions, Bandusena Associates, ATSL International, N&A Engineering Services Ltd. and Damro, having completed large-scale projects including the Hambantota International Convention Center, HSBC Bank branches, Caltex Building, Vogue Jewellers, Browns Showroom, Ceypetco Stations, KFC outlets, Unique Jewellers and numerous housing projects such as Blue Mountain Ltd.


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