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Machine ID 4453 Year 2015
Category Glass Machinery - Laminating Equipment Condition Like new
Type Laminating Furnace Without Autoclave Region Midwest US
Manufacturer Jordon Glass Machinery Sale Price $43500.00 $29500.00 (Retails for $45000.00)
Model QX-LM2031    
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Description Must move! Price has been reduced over $14,000 for quick sale. Machine has very low usage.

The QX-LM series are professional glass laminating machines for use without an autoclave system. The QX-LM series can laminate EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate), DuPont SENTRYGLAS® (SG), and PVB (Polyvinyl Butyral).

The QX-LM series consists of two heating tables arranged in line with a movable top hearth that may be positioned over an individual table at a given time. Each table has its own heating and vacuum system that encompasses the whole of their working area. A dual connection on the vacuum pump allows for both tables to be in compression at the same time if so desired. For example, heat/vacuum laminating on one and cool/vacuum material preparation on the other. The QX-LM series utilizes multiple propellers arranged on the top of the movable hearth as a convection system to assure even heat distribution. The upper heating elements are arranged in individually controlled groups for greater heat manipulation. The thermocouples are free moving and can be position directly on the glass to assure a true temperature reading. A PLC or simple timer combination assists the operator in introducing the heating recipes for batch production.

The laminating process with use of the QX-LM series works as follows: Glass is first seamed, cleaned, and assembled in sandwich form with the glass as the outer shell and the PVB, SENTRYGLAS®, or EVA film (or EVA+interlayer+EVA) constituting the inner layer(s) of the glass sandwich. The glass sandwich is positioned on the heating tables and the vacuum is drawn. The movable hearth is positioned over the production table and the heating process is initiated. Heating cycles may last anywhere from 60min 190min depending on the interlayer, glass thickness, and/or type and thickness of interlayer film(s) used. After the heating cycles, the laminated glass is cooled. The movable top hearth may be moved to the other table for next batch production as the finished table is offloaded.

Lamination work may be done for an array of decorative glass, ballistic, or security applications such as for handrails, pointed support walls, and canopies. The PVB, SENTRYGLAS®, or EVA films may each be layered to its own type to achieve desired thickness of the laminate. In addition, decorative interlayers such as fabrics, rice paper, film, and PET may be used with EVA to achieve a desired effect.

QX-LM2031

Max. Glass Processing Dimension: 2000*3100mm

Max. Glass Thickness: 40mm

Min. Glass Thickness: 3+3mm

Vacuum: -0.08MPa~-0.09MPa

Machine dimension: 7100*2320*1800mm (L.23’XW.8’XH.6’)

Machine weight: 2000kg

Installed Power: 46KW

Heating power: 15-25KW

Nominal Heating temperature: 90-130C

Electricity: 3ph, 220V, 60HZ

Available glass: float, tempered, heat strengthened glass

Cycle production time: 60min – 190min

Upgraded to electric vacuum pumps

Upgraded to digital vacuum gauges


Dealer/Seller Contact Information
Contact Matt Dombrowski, Product Manager
Company SELECTIVE MACHINERY INC
Address 178 Leona Lane
Troutman North Carolina 28166
United States of America
Phone 678-939-4136
Email sales@GlassMachineryLocator.com

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