Assembling

Automatic assembling and pressing of insulating glass units


Here are three reasons why Glaston’s assembly robots are your best choice

1.

Automatic assembling and pressing of insulating glass units, gas-filled option

2.

Processing of different dimensions and spacer widths in any sequence

3.

Constant pressing of double and triple insulating glass units

Assembly, gas filling and press robots


Feel the dynamic interaction of power and precision with our assembly robots. They are available in the several variants.

UNIT’ASSEMBLER Type ZPG-V


Highly versatile

  • Almost limitless insulating glass construction possibilities
  • Suitable for rectangular forms and nearly all kinds of shaped forms
  • Processes different dimensions and spacer widths in any sequence
  • Constant pressing and gas filling of double and triple insulating glass units
  • Quick-reaction sensor for permanent monitoring of the gas filling process

Optional

  • Additional equipment for the manufacturing of up to three-sided stepped rectangular or shaped forms

UNIT’ASSEMBLER Type ZPV-TG-V


  • One- or two-step-pressing of insulating glass units up to 6.00 m in length
  • Simultaneous assembling, gas filling and pressing of two insulating glass units
  • Separated press plates for tandem operation
  • Quick gas filling system for the processing of argon as the standard filling gas
  • Efficient in a tandem operation for the manufacturing of usual unit sizes and in a single operation for oversized units

Options

  • Additional equipment for the manufacturing and gas filling of up to four-sided stepped rectangular and shaped forms
  • Additional equipment for gas filling insulating glass units with krypton and gas mixtures
  • Additional equipment for gas filling triple insulating glass units (both air spaces)
  • Additional equipment for gas filling insulating glass units with muntin bars (both sides)
  • Electronic control for correctly assembling insulating glass units
  • Additional device for processing TPS® insulating glass

UNIT’ASSEMBLER Type ZPG-R


  • Variant suitable for a single version
  • Assembling, gas filling and pressing of insulating glass units

Options

  • Additional equipment for gas filling with krypton and gas mixtures
  • Additional equipment for gas filling triple insulating glass units
  • Assembling and automatic gas filling of stepped insulating glass units (up to three-sided)
  • Additional device for processing TPS® insulating glass

UNIT’ASSEMBLER Type ZPG-RTG


  • Variant suitable for a tandem version
  • Simultaneous assembling, gas filling and pressing of two insulating glass units
  • Separated press plates for a tandem operation or for oversized units in a single operation

Options

  • Additional equipment for gas filling with krypton and gas mixtures
  • Additional equipment for gas filling triple insulating glass units
  • Assembling and automatic gas filling of stepped insulating glass units (up to three-sided)
  • Additional device for processing TPS® insulating glass

References


Bojar Glass, Poland

#automation #autopilot #FC Series #flat glass tempering #glass tempering

Krzysztof Harasimowicz of Bojar Glass in Poland is sharing his & his team's experiences working with the Glaston tempering line and Glaston Autopilot.

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Kristal, Bosnia and Herzegovina

#automation #iControL #scanner #upgrades

“We purchased the Glaston iControL and scanner upgrade to solve any concern with software or spare parts availability before they became an issue. Once installed, the upgrade helped us win a large glass façade project in Indonesia that required extremely high quality. Both we and Glaston can be proud of the high level of quality achieved,” says Matea Franjić, Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Kristal in Vitez, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Glas Herzog, Germany

#architectural #automation #insulating glass #reference #SPEED

“We have a great deal of confidence in our supplier,” says Andreas Herzog, Sr., Managing Director of Glas Herzog. “Our cooperation with former Bystronic glass – and now Glaston – is just as you would want it to be as a customer. In fact, we’re one of their oldest customers – 44 years and counting.”

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