FIPFG sealing technology is the spontaneous application of liquid seals. It’s been in use in the highly mechanized vehicle construction technology for quite some time. Another use of this technology is the series manufacturing of control cabinets. What is the result of the FIPFG sealing technology with low-pressure systems? The answer is premium quantities with the essential zero mistake tolerance and recurrent product quality. More? The systems apply Liquid foam sealants of the correct contour and dimension to industrial parts in series. The result is a soft foam seal. This technology uses practically 100% of the unprocessed materials. Thus, the material expenditures remain at a minimum.
About The FIPFG Foam Sealing System
A FIPFG Foam Sealing Machine helps seal control cabinet panels and automobile door modules. It is usable as a separate system or a fully mechanized production line.
The machine uses polyurethane foam seals with below three minutes of tack-free times at average room temperature. What is the implication? The answer is the fast processing of the industrial parts in the ensuing production process. There is no requirement for pricey transitional storage. It also cuts out investments in furnaces.
About The Fast-Cure Seal That The System Uses
The Fast-Cure foam seals that the machine uses feature low water absorption. A few fulfill the IP69K rating with the sealed area. They are easy to install. They reset about 98% in test conditions. The foam seal’s excellent resetting ability is vital for a part that necessities frequent opening and closing. Examples are control cabinet doors and barrel lids. It’s critical for maintaining a persistently high sealing effect when the part is in a closed position.
About The Working Of The System
How does a FIPFG Foam Sealing Machine apply a sealing to control cabinet doors? The linear robot helps shift the system’s mixing head down the length of the part outline. The mixing head nozzle applies a paste-like material is on the inside of the doors. After the application of the sealing, the foam grows quite a few times in volume. The result is a soft foam seal having an approximately 2:1 width-height ratio. An articulated-arm robot helps the system perform automatic sealing of more intricate three-dimensional parts that have inclinations. It’s possible in two ways. In one way, the robot takes the part that requires being foamed and shifts it beneath the dosing system’s mixing head. In the other way, the articulated-arm robot guides the mixing head. It travels precisely down the length of the part contour that requires the sealing application.
Lesser Production Times
Orthodox foam seals have significantly lengthier tack-free time. Their use requires curing automobile door modules and control cabinets on long curing lines or temporary storage before subsequent processing. The Fast-Cure foam seals feature about two minutes or so of tack-free times. What is the advantage for manufacturing companies? They can accomplish speedier subsequent processing. They can also begin the assembly of the concerned part earlier. Thus, the complete production process takes significantly less time.