Bystronic glass presents photovoltaic’tpa


The machine is apparently the first of its kind to be capable of working 24 hours without any interruptions as the company states.

Two high-performance pumps ensure that viscous sealing material is always available, whereas the use of the conventional butyl sealant stripes from a reel is permanently linked with production interruptions when the material needs to be changed.

The dosing pumps of the photovoltaic’tpa apply the material accurately to a tenth of a millimeter according to Bystronic. Depending on the film thickness, the application thickness of the butyl varies between 0.5 to one millimeters.

The machine can be included at the planning stages for newly designed plants, but can also be integrated into existing systems.

Stand: A4/C24

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