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Contact: M.Sc. Tobias Standau
Phone: +49 921 55 7440
E-mail: tobias.standau@uni-bayreuth.de

Maximum voltage [kV] 60

Maximum flow rate [ml/min] 2.56

Characteristics
Up to 4 nozzles can be used simultaneously

Location: University of Bayreuth

Contact: M.Sc. Tobias Standau

Phone: +49 921 55 7440

E-mail: tobias.standau@uni-bayreuth.de

Maximum grid electrode voltage [kV] 12.5

Maximum corona needle electrodes voltage [kV] 35

Location: University of Bayreuth

Contact: M.Sc. Tobias Standau

Phone: +49 921 55 7440

E-mail: tobias.standau@uni-bayreuth.de

The laboratory-scale flatbed laminating press is a double belt press with integrated contact heating and cooling. The materials to be laminated are gently heated in the process. The length of the heating zone results in a relatively long dwell time in the laminating press, which leads to optimal bonding with high levels of adhesion. Immediately after the heating zone, the laminated material can be pressed with the calender rollers or calibrated to a desired final thickness. To stabilise this bond, the laminated material is cooled down while still inside the laminating machine. Due to the flat throughput and the precise height adjustment, even solid sheets up to a material thickness of 15 mm can be laminated.

Laminator RPS-L 600

Working width [mm| max. 580

Throughput speed [m/min| 0.5 – 7

Pressure laminating roller [N/cm²| 0 – 40

Press roller gumming [Shore A| approx. 70

Level adjustment [mm| – 3 to + 5

Height adjustment [mm| 0 – 25

Heaters, 2 each for

top and bottom heating [control zones] 4

Continuous operating temperature

of the machine (heating) [°C] max. 200

Short-term operating temperature

of the machine (heating) [°C] max. 230

Processing temperatures [°C] up to 400

Cooling top and bottom with cooling water

 

Location: University of Bayreuth

Contact: Markus Schirmer

Phone: +49(0)921 55 74 80

E-mail: markus.schirmer@uni-bayreuth.de

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