Process monitoring of the gas filling function for gas filling presses
IGM / IPA process monitor
The economic success of modern insulated glass production significantly depends on 3 factors:
- uniform, assured quality
- optimal, systematic use of all resources (time, material, equipment availability)
- compliance with statutory regulations (CE mark, EN 1279, documentation, etc.)
Currently, at least 1% of production must be checked and documented relative to gas concentration. At the same time however the producer must guarantee the assured characteristic for each individual product (100%).
In this regard, delimitation of risk is of central significance. Faulty products often cause undesired economic consequences and not infrequently result in sustained damage to the company’s image.
It is precisely at this point that present handling differs from the requirements of the market. This is where HELANTEC offers you the perfect solution.
Only HELANTEC makes it possible to visualise, monitor and document the gas filling process for gas filling presses.
The system, consisting of ISO-GAS-METER (IGM) and ISO-PRESS-ANALYSER (IPA)
- monitors and visualises
- the gas filling process of each manufactured IG unit
- the gas type
- distribution of the gas during the filling process
- direct deviations from the setpoint (early warning)
- deviations in consumption
- documents the filling procedure
- presents a diagnostics aid (visualisation)
It is 100%-ige process monitoring; errors are detected immediately and can be directly resolved.
Thus an automated QA system that reliably monitors the gas filling process is available to the user. Through the connection to a central database, if there is a complaint, a verification of quality can easily be provided.
Due to the increasing manufacturing automation the HELANTEC process monitor is indispensable for precise monitoring and documentation of the individual manufacturing steps. It considerably facilitates your management tasks.
Although trust, confidence, and hope in a successful production indeed represent the most comfortable solution, it is not sufficient for modern industrial manufacturing.