The Robot Sword Brush BIR 46.. is ideal to clean objects with complex geometries that have concave or convex surfaces. It may be used to clean car bodies or plastic molded parts before lacquering, printing or converting processes. The contact area of the circulating linear brush is mounted on a flexible, compressed air controlled pressure buffer. In the centre of the working area, the linear brush may adapt to different surface contours of up to -30 mm / + 10 mm in relation to a flat surface.
The brush filament tips are micro-moistened with an antistatic cleaning agent (Ingromat®). This will ensure that even the most minute dust particles are removed effectively. The material surface will remain dry during the process. A field bus system controls the Ingromat® and compressed air supply. It also monitors the exhaust air volume flow, the circulating movement of the linear brush and the distance to the material surface (crash monitoring function).
- The flexible pressure buffer is controlled pneumatically and allows the linear brush to adapt to subject contours
- A crash sensor system is activated as soon as the distance to the material becomes too close or if the linear brush is pressed onto the product too hard
- The Ingromat regulator and measuring unit provides for a constant, precise micro-moistening of the filaments and controls the compressed air supply
- The machine has an interbus or profibus intersection
- The machine has a robot flange according to client specification