CRL Glass Machinery Introduces Rinse Dry Module for Solar Glass Panels

Date: 23 September 2011
Since the acquisition of Somma & Maca in 2008, CRL have been developing the range of glass machinery with a particular focus to higher performance and specialist applications.

The new RDM24 Rinse Dry Module from CRL Glass Machinery is one of the latest examples of this development and represents the ideal compact machine for the effective intermediate rinsing of glass, thin films, and solar panels. It can be used at almost any stage in a manufacturing process. Rinsing is performed by two pairs of jet spray pipes fed by a plant water source. A powerful high pressure blower blasts the panel dry and ready for the next process.

The standard conveyor speed is 2.5m per minute. Corrosion resistance is enhanced by adding stainless steel to the spray compartment walls, machine frame and roller bearings. Spray Bars are non-corrosive. All conveyor bearings are outside the wet zone area. The RDM24 accommodates product from 0.254 - 6.36mm thick. Panel sizes 50mm to 610mm wide by 152mm or longer can be processed. The footprint is extremely compact at just 914 x 940mm. Rinse Dry Modules are available in various conveyor widths to suit any process.

For more info: Contact CRL Glass Machinery on freephone 00 800 0421 6144 from anywhere in Europe, or .

C.R. Laurence is a leading global manufacturer and supplier to the glazing, architectural, railing, construction, industrial, and automotive industries. The web site is a proven resource for the worldwide glass and glazing industry.

Company Overview for: C.R. Laurence of Europe

C.R. Laurence Co., Inc. is a leading manufacturer and global supplier to the glazing, railing, architectural, construction, and automotive industries. Offering more than 50,000 products, CRL serves the industry from 28 locations throughout North America, Europe, and Australia. For additional information, contact CRL at 00 800 0421 6144 or visit

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