Automatic sealing

Continuous sealing of insulating glass units of different formats and dimensions


Reliable solutions for automated insulating glass unit sealing

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Continuous, automatic sealing of I.G. units in varying formats and dimensions

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Fast, volume-controlled dosing system

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Excellent mixing and dosing quality

speed'sealer


High-speed sealing robot for insulating glass units

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Slowly was yesterday

With it you can really step on the gas

  • Highly accurate dosing technology for instant adjustment of volumes when there are changes in the joint depth
  • Optimum sealing quality, even with changes in temperature and material batch as well as at the start of production
  • Self monitoring, constant mixing ratio of the two material components
  • Self-cleaning, flow optimized mixer prevents clogging of the mixing section
  • Slight wear and tear due to the very low fluid pressure
  • Graphical user interface for intuitive control through a touch-screen

combi'sealer


Reliable sealing robot

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High quality automatic sealing

The solution for a wide range of I.G. products

  • Excellent mixing and dosing quality for all field-proven 1- or 2 component sealants for insulating glass
  • Gear pump dosing technology ensures exact dosing
  • Exact sealing all-around, even in case of irregular sealing depths
  • Automatic nozzle centering
  • Electronically adjustable mixing ratio
  • Quick-action lock system for fast exchange of the nozzle and the mixing unit
  • Graphical user interface for intuitive control via touch-screen

Options

  • Measuring device for triple I.G. units
  • Sealing depth up to 20 mm

jumbo'sealer


Sealing technology with new dimensions

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Automatic sealing on highest level

The solution for maxium requirements

  • Continuous, automatic sealing of insulating glass units of different formats and dimensions, specifically for large-dimensioned elements up to 18 m length (XXL version)
  • Homogeneously sealed corners due to nozzle /spatula system
  • Patented conveyor systems for safe and clean transport
  • Modular engineering concept

Options

  • Automatic sealing of 1- up to 4-sided stepped insulating glass units
  • Automatic sealing material changing system – up to 10 times faster than other systems
  • 200 litres drum pump for B component
  • Several undergripping options available in the discharge area
  • Nozzles for special applications

References


PLG, Finland

#architectural #Flat tempering #RC Series #Upgrades

“We’ve always been an important partner to the large window manufacturers in Finland. Listening to their needs and responding has helped us stay competitive in this market,” Tommi Nousiainen, CEO of PLG in Finland, explains. “We were not specifically looking for a tempering furnace. But when our customers began to require high-quality tempered glass, we moved swiftly ahead with an entry-level Glaston RC model. Since then, we have already been able to upgrade the line twice in response to the rapidly evolving market.” 

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Lasiliiri, Finland

#appliances #architectural #Flat tempering #Heating chamber replacement #iControL #Upgrades

“Although our goal is to be one of the leading smart and safety glass manufacturers in Finland, we didn’t have the time needed to install a completely new furnace,” says Raiko Mäkeläinen, Technical Manager at Lasiliiri. “Instead, we went with a significant Glaston’s FC-zone upgrade, which enabled us to leapfrog to the very latest heating technology in a quick, cost-effective and sustainable manner.”

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Jaakko-Tuote, Finland

#appliances #architectural #FC Series #Flat tempering #iLooK #Jumbo Series

“Designers are working with even larger glass surfaces, which requires more tempered and tempered-laminated glass. So, we decided to boldly invest in technology that enables us to be in the game,” says Aki Harjunpää, CEO of Jaakko-Tuote of Finland. “Along with other machinery, Glaston’s FC-technology-based Jumbo Series is helping us specialize in highly demanding, world-class glazed structures.”

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Articles


#AskGlaston Episode 57: Does the shard size of tempered glass vary depending on the impact strength?

This week, we’ve received the following question from Middle East: I have observed that when we break glass in the center with a lot of force, the fragments...

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#AskGlaston Episode 56: What causes the streaks in my shower glass?

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#AskGlaston Episode 55: How to temper low-iron glass?

This week, we’re dealing with the following two questions: Can you give some advice on tempering low-iron / Starphire glass? What is better in order to save...

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