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Insulating glass line for rigid spacer frames
Quick and reliable - this insulating glass line is specially designed for glass processors with a rapid cycle time requirement and with a wide variety of rigid spacers (aluminium, steel, stainless steel, plastic, hybrid)
This insulating glass line consists of an edge grinding machine, washing machine with six brushes, quality scanner, and a frame setting and inspection station. Furthermore, the inclination adjuster can be rotated and there is a double assembly and gas filling press, and a sealing machine.
Initially, the glass sheet is processed by the edge grinding machine and the edges are seamed on all four sides. The glass sheets are thoroughly cleaned and then dried in the washing machine. Downstream of this, there is the option of integrating a scanner into the line. The glass lites sheets are inspected at the downstream frame mounting station, and the spacer frame is set manually on the glass. The gas filling press takes care of the assembly, the gas filling process and the pressing of the insulating glass units. The cycle time is significantly sped up with the variant of two gas filling presses in a row. Sealing at the end of the line ensures the necessary stability and perfect corners.
The basic version of this insulating glass line also enables small and medium-sized companies to enter the world of insulating glass production. Thanks to numerous options and configuration possibilities, the line can be continuously expanded and adapted to new needs. In the high-end design, there are hardly any limits to the production variety, from the largest glass thicknesses and unit widths to the highest running metre weights.
The washing machine with up to eight brushes and two hot water zones ensures perfect washing results. Damage and scratches in the glass can be detected in the shortest possible time thanks to the optimum lighting at the inspection station. For large formats, it is recommended to use the mounting aid, which positions the frame at the upper edge. The two assembly and gas filling presses, installed one after the other, not only reduce gas losses but also the cycle times.
Double version of the assembly and gas filling press, and the frame setting and inspection station
The process can be optimised through the double design of the systems, which significantly speeds up the system cycle time.
KSV for seaming the bottom edge
The cycle time can be optimised by seaming the lower edge separately.
With this line, the use of two alternating material stores or additional base drums and catalyst drums enables uninterrupted metering.With this line, the use of two alternating material stores or additional base drums and catalyst drums enables uninterrupted metering.
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