Robot protected by a full-range cover
Climate-controlled cover with built-in fan for temperature regulation

Protection for robots in extreme temperatures -20°C / +60°C.

"Climate Cover" solution.

Solution description

Housse socle + corps robot + poignet ventilée circuit fermé
Solution 55: Climate solution.

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Clim -20° / +60 °C solution (Chap 6-29)

The advantages of ASP

  • Insulating and waterproof protective covers.
  • Integrated dehumidifier to dry the air under the cover.
  • Washable and repairable robot protection.
  • “Multilayer” protective covers to minimize heat exchange.
  • Stainless steel/composite rotary seals on axes 1, 4, and 6.
  • Specific air handling.
  • Air network protected by “multilayer” ducts.
  • On-site setup of the air handling system (1 to 2 days of on-site testing).

Robots used in climatic chambers are subjected to significant temperature variations and need to be protected against both heat (+60°C) and cold (-20°C). ASP technologies heat or cool the air between the cover and the robot’s surface, as required, so that the robot can work in optimum conditions, without suffering damage or requiring maintenance or parts replacement.

For these environments, ASP recommends full robot protection to prevent moisture formation. ASP takes into account the robot’s trajectories to define the most suitable solution, including the integration of rotating seals on axes 1 and 4 if necessary.

In the automotive sector, spare parts need to be tested in chambers that can reproduce extreme climates such as desert, tropical, or extreme cold conditions. For example, the robot may open and close consoles, individual parts or areas may be tested under extreme negative temperatures and intense heat to systematically detect quality defects before production. Therefore, it is essential to protect your robot with an ASP climate solution.

Your constraints:

  • Cold, hot, or humid environment
  • Regular maintenance
  • Robots that are not adapted to extreme conditions