Partikelzahl konstant reduziert
Daimler AG setzt auf Roboterschwertbürsten
Schmutz oder Staubpartikel auf Blechkarossen führen oftmals zu aufwendigen Nacharbeiten. Die robotergestütze Reinigung mit der Schwertbürstentechnologie hilft der Daimler AG die Partikelanzahl zu minimieren.
von Simone Fischer
Perfectly clean surfaces
The final finishing process requires absolutely clean surfaces, especially if black high-gloss surfaces are involved that will be created during the lacquering process. This is also true for products that are decorated with hot-stamping or back-injection foils. Thus, the integration of Sword Brushes within the production flow becomes more and more important as they will provide for absolutely clean components before the decoration process.
By Simone Fischer
Brush filaments provide for constant results
Sword Brushes provide for particle free car bodies and cabins within Daimler plants
Debris and dust particles on car bodies may get embedded within the lacquering layer during the lacquering process. Oftentimes, surfaces then will have to undergo retouching works or - even worse - they will have be lacquered all over again. Daimler now wants to use the Sword Brush technology in all their plants to avoid this loop.
Cleaning of parts
Sword Brushes effectively remove particles from blanks
Sword Brushes effectively remove particles from blanks Sword Brushes that are integrated within production lines will provide particle-free blanks and coils which will then passed onto downstream production processes. Clean surfaces will enhance the product’s quality. Sometimes this will open up new possibilities in other industry sectors such as electromobility.
Filaments or feathers
Introduction of Sword Brush technology leads to constant quality
Emu feathers or Sword Brushes? A large German car manufacturer had to modernize his lacquering line and compared the existing surface cleaning devices with alternative systems. The results of the tests speak for themselves.
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Filmlet at n-tv
At this years’ Ligna in Hanover Wandres micro-cleaning has once again shown world class panel cleaning. The leading manufacturers of floor laminates and furniture panels with high gloss surfaces are applying Wandres Swordbrushes with Ingromat technique.
Journal for Surface Technology
Micro-cleaning – the name is the program
Highgloss fronts produced failure-free thanks to the Swordbrush-Technology
Even a very small dirt particle may considerably disturb the quiescence of highgloss surfaces, as for example applied in the kitchen furniture production, or interior shop and ship finishing. Linearbrushes integrated in a coating line provide immaculately brilliant surfaces.
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Swordbrush technology for highgloss surfaces
Even a very small dirt particle may considerably disturb the quiescence of highgloss surfaces, as for example applied in the kitchen furniture production, or shop and ship finishing. Linearbrushes integrated in a coating line provide immaculately brilliant surfaces.
New sales and service partner in South America and Brazil
Mr Cesar Bedoya from the company Inserco Brasil will deal with issues regarding sales and service matters in Brasil. The German company Inserco Industrie Service GmbH in Viersen will take care of all other South American countries. This company is a specialist in German-Hispanic relations.
Reducing particles while increasing production availability
Coating International 2013
Can down-times in production lines be reduced while at the same time increasing production quantity and quality? This situation presents itself today for an increasing number of converting, printing and laminating processes in the converting industry.
by Simone Fischer, Ingebieurbüro Fischer, Lauterbach
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Interview with internet TV channel Kunststoffe
Cleaning of surfaces
Mr Ulrich Günther from Wandres presents us a special cleaning method for plastic foils.
No Chance for Dirt Particles
Cleaning. Metallic sheen, specular coatings and shiny decorative articles make users`hearts jump for joy. However, it only takes the tiniest of dust and dirt grains to turn such products into production scrap. A cleaning method that utilizes sword brushes solves this problem and makes for particle-free surfaces.
By Simone Fischer