Practically any material can be coated.
Given their considerable size, being able to hang doors and windows is essential. Moreover, overhead lines allow both sides to coated.
While an automatic coating system ensures steady product consumption and ensures application consistency throughout the day, a manual system may cause significant variations in terms of both productivity and quality. This variation is the main source of low coating process efficiency.
What's more, our software enhances efficiency, making the operator's work easier.
That depends on the machine in use. As a rough guide, from 10 minutes for the simplest up to half an hour for the most complex. In the case of a window coating line, there will be several machines performing different applications.
Little previous experience is needed to start coating. However, close consultation with specialists is essential to find the process that's right for you, based on, for example, productivity goals and the material to be coated. What's more, our solutions require little worker supervision.
Automatic spraying solutions (e.g. iGiotto or reciprocators) are ideal for this. Manually coating pieces that can be as large as 5000 x H3000 mm is problematic and results in low productivity. Manual coating also means poor application consistency and excessive or uncontrollable product consumption. This affects the final quality of the coating and the piece.
A line must be flexible. It must be designed according to customers' needs and their available space.
When it comes to shape, size and thickness, overhead coating poses no particular limits. In fact, the same station can even be used to coat 2 pieces in different ways.