METAL SHEET PROCESSING SECTION

The metal sheet processing section includes

  • A decoiling unit (coil cars, decoilers, sheet metal guides, interfaces and accessories)

  • A sheet treatment unit: machines for the sheet treatment or particular requirements (ex: automatic joining system, “blue tape” applicator for overlapping, corona effect, protective film applicator, etc.)

  • A sheet-profiling unit (roll forming multi-shaft unit for any type of ribbed profile, designed for roofing, wall or fridge lockers)

  • All interfaces, supporting and relating units.

DOUBLE BELT AND WET SECTION

Heart of the plant is the foaming and forming section, composed by:

  • Pre-heating unit, warming up the metal sheet and prepare them for the process
  • Accessory Fitting unit, inserting components required by the foaming process (adhesive tapes, gaskets or flexible coatings)
  • The foaming unit (mixing, spaying and spreading the insulating foam onto the panel)
  • The double belt unit, forming the sandwich panel – Safety sensors and devices

 

CUTTING SECTION

The section where the panels are cut to size includes:

  • A cutting unit: fitted either with disc (single or double) or band saw
  • The unloading unit (roller or belt conveyor): delivering the cut panels to the final handling/unloading
  • Vacuum unit, for dust suction
  • Safety + Anti-noise protective barriers
  • Cleaning and Handling Devices, cleaning dust and cuttings, clearing overlaps etc.
PANEL HANDLING AND WRAPPING SECTION

This is the final part of the line and can be composed of:

  • A cooling unit (for very thick panels)
  • A tilting system (principally used for corrugated panels), preparing the panels for a safer and more efficient stacking
  • A panel stacking system
  • A wrapping machine (usually orbital type)
  • Interfaces, Connecting Units, conveyors
RW AND EPS LINES

In alternative to the PU-Polyurethane, different insulating materials can be used, like RW-Rockwool and EPS-Polystyrene.
Unlike PU, these materials are not available as injectable foam but in sheets. As such they must be fed in-line and integrated to the sandwich panel through industrial bi-adhesives: these are uniformly and continuously distributed buy an automatic unit, to perfectly adhere to the metal sheets and eventually create the final compact panel. We can design different lines lay-outs, according to the customer’s needs,with various degrees of automation and production capacity.