Three reasons for choosing Glaston RollerRobo
State-of-the-art automation and quality
100% cleaning coverage guaranteed
No risk of damage
- The robot does not remove any part of the rollers
- The tools in contact with the rollers are made of material softer than the fused silica roller material
- CE certified and patented
- Furnace operators do not need to remove the rollers — the robot minimizes the risk of accidents related to manual cleaning work
Glaston RollerRobo — The art of pure cleanliness
Glaston RollerRobo is a state-of-the-art cleaning robot for the ceramic rollers in tempering furnaces. The robot cleans, polishes and removes dust and residues of SO2 from the rollers automatically and safely.
The cleaning process is simple. Just three disks are needed for the following process phases: particle removal, polishing and dust removal.
The robot is designed to operate simultaneously on two rollers. To begin cleaning, it just needs to be positioned inside the tempering furnace.
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