System for applying thin protective polymer coating solutions to low-E glass

This environmentally-friendly ultrasonic coating system significantly reduces material consumption, depositing much thinner and more uniform layers than pressure spray nozzles.

The system features drip-free, atomized spray using precision, patented ultrasonic spray nozzles.   

• Reliable, repeatable non-clogging spray

• Drastically reduced maintenance compared to pressure spray

• Proven reliability for 24/7 manufacturing operations

• Heated liquid capability for highly viscous polymer solutions

• Virtually no overspray and no mess

• Spray width control for different glass width

• Systems configured for auto detection of glass or triggered via coater PLC

• Requires no exhaust

The system can be used for anti-stain protective coatings to protect against corrosion during transport and storage and for applying thin protective polymer coating solutions to low-E glass. Systems installed at several countries worldwide.

600450 System for applying thin protective polymer coating solutions to low-E glass

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