Assembly robots

Automatic assembling and pressing of I.G. units, optional with gas filling


Dynamic interaction of power and precision

1.

Automatic assembling and pressing of insulating glass units, optional with gas filling

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Processing of different dimensions and spacer widths in any sequence

3.

Constant pressing of double and triple insulating glass units

Assembly-, gas fill- and press robots


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

Assembly- and press robot, Type ZP-SP


  • One- or two-step-pressing of insulating glass units up to max. 5,00 m length
  • Electronic pressing power adjustment
  • Constant pressing with plane-parallel guided and distortion-free press-plates
  • Adjustable, precise press-plate guiding
  • Easy accessibility for maintenance and cleaning by automatic opening and locking of the press-plates
  • Constant short cycle times, even when processing large dimensions

Options

  • Pressure compensation device for processing of impervious metal spacer frames with closed butyl core
  • Adjusting device for production of stepped insulating glass units
  • Electronic control for correct assembling of the insulating glass unit
  • Program for rejecting of defective glass plates
  • Installation in tandem version

Assembly-, gas fill- and press robot, Type ZP-SP-G


  • One- or two-step-pressing of insulating glass units up to max. 5.00 m length
  • Quick gas filling system for processing of Argon as standard filling gas
  • Large filling cross section for quick gas filling with low gas filling speed
  • Automatic gas filling of insulating glass units which are longer than the station
  • Program controlled optimizing of filling parameters
  • No holes in spacer frame necessary
  • Electronic pressing power control
  • Constant pressing with plane-parallel guided and distortion-free press-plates
  • Adjustable, precise press-plate guiding

Options

  • Additional equipment for gas filling of insulating glass units with Krypton as well as gas mixtures
  • Additional equipment for gas filling of triple insulating glass units (both air spaces)
  • Additional equipment for gas filling of insulating glass units with muntin bars
  • Equipment for manufacturing resp. gas filling of stepped insulating glass units
  • Electronic control for correct assembling of the insulating glass unit
  • Program for rejecting of defective glass plates
  • Additional device for processing of TPS® insulating glass

Tandem assembly-, gas fill- and press robot, Type ZP-TG-G


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

Options

  • Additional equipment for manufacturing and gas filling of 1- up to 4-sided stepped rectangular and shaped formats
  • Additional equipment for gas filling of insulating glass units with Krypton as well as gas mixtures
  • Additional equipment for gas filling of triple insulating glass units (both air spaces)
  • Additional equipment for gas filling of insulating glass units with muntin bars (both sides)
  • Electronic control for correct assembling of the insulating glass unit
  • Program for rejecting of defective glass plates
  • Additional device for processing of TPS® insulating glass

Assembly-, gas fill- and press robots, Types ZP-R & ZPG-R


  • Types in single version
  • Simultaneous assembling and pressing of insulating glass units (type ZP-R)
  • Simultaneous assembling, gas filling and pressing of insulating glass units (type ZPG-R)

Options

  • Additional equipment for gas filling with Krypton as well as gas mixtures
  • Additional equipment for gas filling of triple insulating glass units
  • Assembling/automatic gas filling of stepped insulating glass units (1- up to 3-sided)
  • Fast reacting sensor for permanent control and monitoring of the gas filling process
  • Additional device for processing of TPS® insulating glass

Assembly-, gas fill- and press robots, Types ZPG-RTU & ZPG-RTG


  • Types in tandem version
  • Simultaneous assembling, gas filling and pressing of two insulating glass units
  • Separated press plates for tandem operation (type ZPG-RTG), single operation for oversized units
  • Unseparated press plate for tandem operation with identical glass-/frame arrangement (type ZPG-RTU)

Options

  • Additional equipment for gas filling with Krypton as well as gas mixtures
  • Additional equipment for gas filling of triple insulating glass units
  • Assembling/automatic gas filling of stepped insulating glass units (1- up to 3-sided)
  • Fast reacting sensor for permanent control and monitoring of the gas filling process
  • Additional device for processing of TPS® insulating glass

Assembly, gas-fill and press robot, Type ZPG-V


Highly versatile

  • Almost limitless glass construction possibilities
  • Suitable for rectangular formats and nearly all kind of shaped formats
  • Processing different dimensions and spacer widths in any sequence
  • Constant pressing of double and triple insulating glass units
  • Constantly high gas filling degree with only low gas leakage
  • Quick-reaction sensor for permanent observation of the gas filling process

Optional

  • Additional equipment for the manufacturing of 1- up to 3-sided stepped rectangular or shaped formats

References


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