It was during the testing phase that the unique Implosion process was first discovered to densify glass down to 5% of its original volume, and also render it totally sharp free. Further trials also proved Implosion had both a low power demand, and low usage of wear parts.
The Imploder proved a success, Krysteline was formed and the process patented worldwide. Imploders became widely adopted by the cruise industry and later NATO warships. Land based Imploders were developed and scaled up to include high performance systems capable of purifying 30,000 tonnes of glass per annum into high value crystals, which have a range of uses in industry.
Krysteline now offers a complete family of Imploders from small single bottle feed system up to a large fixed plant, all of which utilise the original Implosion process.