Shviro Holon builds KAN TV studio

Yair Shviro, CEO of Shviro Holon, said that the entire transparent studio will be anchored in a 4 ton steel system to provide absolute stability to the studio.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 12, 2019 21:52
"Kan," the new public broadcaster's logo.

"Kan," the new public broadcaster's logo.. (photo credit: FACEBOOK)

 
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Shviro Holon is currently building a glass-walled television studio in the shape of a trapezoid for public broadcaster KAN, with an area of 150 sq.m. and a height of about 7 m.

The TV studio will have 15 large glass plates, whose transport and assembly was carried out using a robotic crane that was brought specifically to Israel. All the measurements and assembly were carried out using a D3 electro-optical laser. The glass plates were specially made in 35 mm. thick transparent crystal glass, sealed and mounted at a sloping angle to prevent reflection during filming and using special technology that prevents noise transmission.

Yair Shviro, CEO of Shviro Holon, said that the entire transparent studio will be anchored in a 4 ton steel system to provide absolute stability to the studio.

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