B’VARIO

The system solution for insulating glass using conventional, flexible and TPS® - Thermo Plastic Spacer


Looking for an individually configurable insulating glass production line?
Here are three reasons why B’VARIO is your best choice

1.

High flexibility and excellent productivity

2.

Long service life WITH PREMIUM COMPONENTS

3.

Multiple line expansion options

The insulating glass line B’VARIO is an individually configurable production line for insulating glass unit manufacturing. It is available in the following variants:

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Individually configurable production line for insulating glass units with conventional spacers.

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Quick and economical high-quality glass arrissing

Automatic turning of coated glass plates within an insulating glass line

Application of pre-punched spacer pads on insulating glass units

Automatic assembling, gas filling and pressing, especially for triple insulating glass units

B'VARIO FLEX


Individually configurable production line for insulating glass units with flexible spacers from the reel.

The insulating glass line B’VARIO FLEX offers a solution for the automatic production of gas-filled and sealed insulating glass units incorporating flexible warm edge spacers.

  • Synchronized spacer application with the insulating glass manufacturing process
  • Production sequence of rectangular and shaped formats as desired
  • Direct flexible spacer application onto the vertically positioned glass plate

Twin-head applicator for interruption-free insulating glass unit production with different spacer widths

Processing of flexible spacers with double-sided polyisobutylene application

Secure corner sealing fixed using tape strips and additional butyl sealant

B’VARIO TPS®


Individually configurable production line for insulating glass units with TPS® Thermo Plastic Spacer.

B´VARIO TPS

The insulating glass line B’VARIO TPS® offers a unique, versatile and individual production solution for all types of orders. It differs from the conventional production systems by the direct application of the TPS® Thermo Plastic Spacer onto the glass plate.

Direct application of the Thermo Plastic Spacer (TPS®) onto the glass plate. The spacer width can be changed as desired during operation without any time loss.

The dual-drum pump system enables completely interruption-free operation.
The material drum change takes place during production.

If desired, the finisher makes the patented TPS® bevel joint invisible.

References


Northeast Building Products, U.S.A.

#architectural #B'VARIO #glass processing #IG unit #insulating glass #TPS

With over 650 employees, Northeast Building Products, based in Philadelphia PA, USA, manufactures high quality, energy efficient windows, doors and ancillary products for the residential window and door market. Alan Levin, President of NBP, has partnered with Bystronic glass since 2009 when they invested in the cutting edge Sashlite™ technology, SashLine, to support the company’s diversification and growth strategy.

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Lerobel, Belgium

#architectural #architectural glass #B'VARIO #glass processing #IG unit #insulating glass #TPS

Standard insulating glass is now a thing of the past; the Lerobel Company is breaking new ground, and in the process astonishing even experienced Bystronic glass sales engineers. Company owner Yannick Leroi and his project manager Rudi Vaneyck discuss the co-operation with Bystronic glass and why they have placed their trust in the  TPS-4SG technology through a substantial investment.

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Armour Sealed Units Ltd., UK

#architectural #architectural glass #B'VARIO #glass processing #IG unit #insulating glass #TPS

Those who believe that insulating glass (IG) manufacturers are always located on industrial estates on the outskirts of towns are very much mistaken. The route to Armour Sealed Units passes through the centre of a quiet residential area in Bristol and ends in a cul-de-sac. An older building, measuring almost 250 square metres with the white-red company logo can be found at the end of this cul-de-sac. Company founder and owner Peter Crowley explains how his desire for an insulating glass line in the small factory was fulfilled thanks to Bystronic glass and tells of the challenges that had to be overcome.

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