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The SRHP automatic sealing ROBOT is highly automated to maximize productivity whilst reducing waste and downtime. The platform works with both mono and dual component sealants such as polyurethane, polysulfide and silicon. The machine is specifically designed to work with stepped units of up to 100 mm and 100 mm thick with a weight per linear meter of 450 Kgs. The machine is a solid structure featuring Forel’s innovative monoblock construction reflecting the philosophy and culture for quality build. This feature guarantees extreme accuracy, performance and capacity especially considering weight per linear metre. The machine automatically detects the double glazed units overall and internal cavity thickness ensuring the units correct positioning relative to the sealing head. The platform has four independently driven conveyors for maximum sealed unit productivity and they are automatically synchronized with the movement of the two support bars situated on the out-feed conveyor. The extrusion head is equipped with a depth measuring device that constantly reads the depth of the cavity ensuring that the volume of sealant is managed precisely. The accurate control of the sealant is further enhanced with the use of an automatic corner finishing spatula that perfectly dresses each corner. The precision light weight dosing unit is mounted on the operating head to increase delivery performance. If the machine is equipped with multi sealant capability it will also be fitted with a semi-automatic system for dozer unit change. Two volumetric syringe type dosing units (base product and catalyst) with thermo regulated heating elements ensure that the material is correctly extruded in a constant and homogenous way. Mix ratios for dual component sealants can easily be altered according to the needs via the onboard control unit. The machine is capable of automatically sealing units with more than one cavity. The sealant is applied to squares and rectangles automatically via the on board self-learning system, glass that has other than 4 x 90° corners requires dimensional information that can be input either manually, or automatically from file or from an inline shape scanner (option). The machine is equipped with a self-diagnostic system that identifies faults with codes, descriptions and images with an additional system that allows for remote connection and assistance.