New Rinse Dry Module from CRL
New Rinse Dry Module
The Glass Machinery Division (formerly Sommer & Maca) of C.R. Laurence is introducing the new CRL Rinse Dry Module for standalone or in-line operations.
Jan. 6, 2011 – The Glass Machinery Division (formerly Sommer & Maca) of C.R. Laurence is introducing the new CRL Rinse Dry Module for stand alone or in-line operations.
John Czopek, brand manager of the Glass Machinery Division, states, “Our new Rinse Dry Module is the ideal compact machine for effective intermediate rinsing of glass, thin films, and solar panels. It can be used at almost any stage in a manufacturing process. Rinsing is performed by two pairs of top and bottom PVC jet spray pipes, fed by a plant water source. The RDM components are suited for use with regular (tap), reverse osmosis, and de-ionized water. After rinsing, a powerful high-pressure blower blasts the panel dry, leaving it ready for the next process. The CRL RDM Rinse Dry Module is available in various conveyor widths to suit any process.”
For example, the Model RDM24 accommodates product from 0.010” to 0.250” (0.254 – 6.36 mm) thick. Panel sizes 2” to 24” (50.8 to 610 mm) wide by 6” (152.4 mm) or longer can be processed. The compact footprint of the RDM24 is 36”W x 42”L (914 x 1066 mm). Optional guides are available to support products as thin as 0.005” (0.125 mm). The standard conveyor speed of the CRL Rinse Dry Module is 8 FPM (2.44 MPM). Corrosion resistance is enhanced by adding stainless steel to the spray compartment walls, machine frame, and roller journals. All spray bars are non-corrosive, and all conveyor bearings are outside the wetted area.
For more information, please visit www.crlaurence.com.