Spacer pad application

Application of pre-punched spacer pads on insulating glass units


Application on back side of insulating glass unit

1.

Automatically controlled application of pre-punched spacer pads on insulating glass units for contact-free stacking

2.

No restrictions on the take-off of insulating glass units thanks to free front surface

3.

Versions with up to five application levels

Spacer pad applicator DA-HS


Exact application

  • Distances of applied spacer pads:
    Horizontal:
    infinitely adjustable, minimum distance 100 mm
    Vertical:
    steady distances of application levels
  • Engaged quantity of application levels depending on the height of the insulating glass unit
  • Registration of the height for each insulating glass unit
  • Also suitable for shaped forms
  • Convenient and quick insertion of the spacer pad rolls into the applicator unit

Option

  • Increased performance thanks to preceding measuring device to automatically pre-set the application levels

References


AGP Architectural Glass Products, NZ

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Mr. Jan Anjema at Steinfort Glas BV in the Netherlands is sharing his and his team's experiences on working with Glaston FC Series tempering line.

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