Emar s.r.l.

Date: 28 September 2002
Source: Emar
Emar glass working equipment, based in the area of Milan, northern Italy, has been producing machinery for flat glass for over 12 years.

At glasstec 2002 (HALL 13 stand F 22) Emar will be presenting its M1601PA automatic washing line for glass.

This line is made by a motorized entry and exit each of 3000 mm. with clutched, anticut vulcollan rollers. The washing body in steel and the basement in stainless steel of 2600 mm. closed on top. The washing group with 6 cylindrical brushes in nylon. Three stainless steel tanks with relative recycling pumps for washing and rinsing. Filters are assembled at the exit of each pump. Connection to the demineralizer. Blowers and funs used for drying are sound proofed with "boxaphone" fitted with air filters. Valve to stop the air ventilator when the glass is not moving. Washing speed from 3 to 8 mt/min. adjusted by electronic regulators. Thermic control of the motors with visualization on digital display. Emergency push button to stop all moving parts of the line. Automatic assembling module of 3000 mm., with hydraulic frame positioning on the glass for absolute accuracy. Triple glass system is included with automatic measurement of the thickness of the glass panel with inspection lights and speed controlled by PLC to optimize the working time. Panel press of 3000 mm. with automatic assembling of the double/triple glass panel, done inside the press. Regulation and visualization through control colour-code terminal. Motorized exit module with clutched, anti-cut vulcollan rollers of 3000 mm. Microprocessor for the running of the work process with optical sensor for the control of various components of the machine. All controls in contact with the operator are in safety low tension. Protection against access to the dangerous parts of the machines according to the EU norms.

600450 Emar s.r.l. glassonweb.com
Date: 28 September 2002
Source: Emar

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