Stiles E-tech Riepe Electronically Controlled Spraying Systems
Spraying units and chemical products for the woodworking industry.
Avoid undesired glue residue on the top and bottom surfaces of edgebanded workpieces.
Glue residue squeezed out after the application of plastic or veneer edging material spoils the appearance of edgebanded products. This glue residue quickly adheres to the workpiece and its removal requires time-consuming manual work. The attachment of RIEPE release and cleaning agent spraying units guarantees an edge which is absolutely free of glue.
Release Agent LPZ/II
The electronically-controlled release agent spraying unit only requires a three bar compressed air connection and a 230V or 24V power connection. The fine nozzles are not sensitive to dust and can therefore be fitted directly in front of the tooling.
Roller Application Unit
For special requirement, such as machiens without formating, the roller application unit operates upstream of the edge infeed on the machine. The release agent application roller is misted through a fine nozzle with a special RIEPE release agent. The roller applies the release agent precisely to the workpiece edge.
As a result, the release agent does not come into contact with the unfinished edge to hinder the bonding process.
Cleaning Agent LP163/93
The spraying unit is used to spray the cleaning agena LP163/93 on the top and bottom surface of the board edge, as well as the edgeband. The cleaning agent and subsequent buffing serve to remove loose glue residue and the liquid cools the glue joint from the heat generated during buffing. A cleaner joint results since there is no smearing of glue.
The edgebanding radius is then wet buffed with the special cleaning agentn LP163/93 which reduces heating of the thermplastic material and prevents the plastic from smearing. The radius is polished to match the surface sheen, and glue residue no longer adheres to the buffing wheels. You have an absolutely cleean board edge!
Consumption per fine nozzle: under 1 liter for 5000 running meters. The electronically controlled cleaning agent spraying unit requires a compressed air connection of 3 bar and a 230V or 24V power connection.