SortJet for online production

Use the Sortjet to create a continuous flow of glass between your cutting station and your ISO fabrication or another machining station. All your glass remains on the production line throughout the entire process and is automatically sorted into dynamic Sortjet storage. At the same time, the SortJet shuttle removes the panes in the required production sequence and transfers them directly to the ISO line with the correct orientation. The automatic processes reduce the risk of damaged or missing panes. When used alongside optimisation software, the SortJet boasts exceptional efficiency and elicits further potential for an even greater scope of cost savings.

Create a continuous flow of glass, from the cutting station through to the ISO line

Features

  • Fully automatic, continuous flow of glass between the cutting station and subsequent production steps, e.g. when connecting to an ISO line
  • Fully automatic sorting of panes from the chaotic order output by the waste-optimised cutting station to the production sequence required for the subsequent production step
  • Uncover additional, far-reaching scope for optimisation by decoupling individual processes with the dynamic SortJet storage system
  • Additional potential for optimising waste costs by means of prefabrication and intermediate buffering of panes for staggered production runs
  • The comprehensive SortJet principle provides optimised and precisely coordinated processes
  • Glass quality preserved by reducing human input
  • Downtime due to incorrectly positioned or missing pieces of glass is eliminated
  • Networked processes for high flexibility, reliable production and transparency
  • Scope to integrate one or more cutting lines and one or more machining stations/lines
  • Maximum customer benefit – can be adapted to suit the individual requirements and prevailing conditions

Functional description

When the SortJet is used for online production, one or more cutting lines and one or more machining stations are directly connected so that the cuts can remain on the line throughout the entire process. Depending on the configuration, the panes, which are cut in a chaotic, waste-optimised sequence, are put together by a tilting table or swivel conveyor, then transferred to an input shuttle via a double or quadruple transfer wall. The shuttle moves in front of the designated dynamic storage compartment and transfers the pane for intermediate buffering. Dictated by the specifications of the insulating glass line, the panes are simultaneously removed from the output shuttle in the required sequence and in precise synchronisation with the cycle.

Depending on the orientation of the glass, the position of the coating side is corrected by a rotary conveyor, then the glass is transferred directly to the ISO line via a transfer wall.

Oversized panes and special pieces of glass can be integrated into the process via an optional transfer station.

 

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Configurable options

Stay in sync with the SortJet sorting compressor Custom number of compartments
SortJet - double shuttleDouble shuttle
SortJet - Optional transfer stationOptional transfer station
RAL colour of your choiceRAL colour of your choice
HEGLA-Hanic CockpitHEGLA-HANIC Cockpit
Stay in sync with the SortJet sorting compressor
SortJet - double shuttle
SortJet - Optional transfer station
Telecontrol maintenance

RAL colour of your choice
HEGLA-Hanic Cockpit
Impressions
Fully automated pane sorting takes the panes in the chaotic order they are output from the cutting station and lines them up as required for ISO production
From the chaotic waste-optimised sequence to the required ISO production order
Establish a continuous flow of glass between the cutting station and subsequent machining stations
A SortJet for online production and a 90-degree conveyor to allow adaptation to the space available it the individual site
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	SortJet for online production: The glass remains on the production line throughout the entire process. Little to no manual handling is required.
	SortJet for online production with input and output shuttle
	The SortJet for online production can be adapted to suit individual customer requirements and almost any site conditions. Here, we can see the lifting wall that allows through passage.
The SortJet shuttle can provide any LSG or float glass pane in precise synchronisation with the cycle.
The number of harp racks in the SortJet for online production can be configured to suit individual needs.
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