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Lisec: an easy start to autoclave glass production

2013-01-09 | Ig equipment

Austrian machinery manufacturer Lisec has recently introduced a new entry-level model for laminated glass production. This low-pressure autoclave is suitable for processing many different types of PVB, EVA and ionomer interlayers. Being a small-sized autoclave, it has been designed especially for start-up companies.

Up to 140 square metres of laminated safety glass can be manufactured per shift
Austrian-based Lisec, is an internationally active company offering comprehensive solutions with regard to the production and refinement of flat glass. Its worldwide presence and 1,700 employees at more than 40 affiliated companies and agencies facilitate the quick implementation of projects, including the necessary supervision conducted by specialists on-site.

Entry-level laminating

The principle behind Lisec’s low-pressure autoclave is quite similar to that of a high-pressure autoclave, in that they both operate exactly in the same way.
However, Lisec’s new entry-level model offers significantly shorter cycle times and reduced energy consumption. Having a maximum working size of 2,200 x 3,600 millimetres, the low-pressure autoclave can process up to two tons of glass in less than three hours.
The autoclave is, has and provides:
• especially designed for smaller capacities;
• suitable for all types of PVB, EVA and ionomer interlayers;
• optimized consumption-performance ratio;
• extremely short cycle times; and
• easy glass handling.

How it works
A scissor lift loads the glass packages, which have been placed on special horizontal trays, into the low-pressure furnace. The glass packages are then heated within the pressurised chamber, temperature is kept at a constant level, and then reduced again. A special blower and forced air convection system ensure uniform temperatures for perfect conditions throughout the whole cycle. Thanks to the fast cooling system, ionomer inte...












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Year: 2012 number: 4
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