After the press
When the Quality Checker is integrated after the press, only the glass that fulfills the standards of the manufacturer and the customer are taken out of the production line. The machine inspects the glass panes for scratches, verifies that butyl has not leaked into the visible areas and checks if the spacers and georgian bars were positioned correctly in the double, triple, or quadruple glazed glass.
The Anisotropy Scanner measures at full production speed with polarizing light in transmission and indicates whether the isotropy minimum target value of the entire unit has been reached or exceeded. Although the isotropy values of individual panes are an excellent control and at the same time a good information tool for furnace control, they provide only limited information about the effect of the individual anisotropy curves in the entire insulating glass. Here, the anisotropy scanner can remove all doubts.
The Double-Sided Coating Sensor has its ideal place of application after the press. It shows whether there is a metallic layer on the outside of an insulating glass unit, which will certainly oxidize sooner or later and thus lead to a complaint.