Robatech has expanded its automatic filling system Roba Feed with the Granulate Container for clean storage and problem-free delivery of hot melt adhesive in granular form. The white Granulate Container protects the adhesive from environmental influences that could resulting ranulate contamination or clumping, and from damaging UV radiation.
During delivery, the funnel shape of the Granulate Container ensures granulate inflow. The intake lance is continuously supplied with granulate and thus ensures problem-free delivery of hot melt adhesive. A jumper variant is available for very sticky granulate at high ambient temperatures. A pneumatic lifting plate installed in the floor of the Granulate Container rises and lowers abruptly. The granulate is loosened and clumping is avoided.
With the touch protection Connector Cover, the Robatech hot melt application systems are fully insulated – from melting device to applicator head. This increases operator safety and reduces heat radiation at the joints. The Connector Cover is a part of the Green Line family and features heat-resistant Cool Touch insulation, which significantly increases operational safety and ensures a sustainable and resource friendly production.
The Connector Cover covers the heated hose bolting connections and fulfils two important functions. On the one hand, it protects the operator against burns on contact with the heated hose. Moreover, it reduces the heat loss at the joints to melting device and applicator heads. To cover all installation situations, the Connector Cover is available in different design versions.
Due to the touch protection Connector Cover, the complete system – from melting device to applicator head – is now Cool Touch-insulated. Operator protection was increased yet again and heat emission reduced. This significantly reduces the risk of burns, the adhesive is processed more gently, and energy is saved.
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