Cover for the food industry
Robot cover to protect against water ingress
Food range
Patented cover

Protective cover for the food industry

Cheese factory and slaughterhouse

Solution description

Housse socle + corps robot + poignet ventilée circuit fermé
Solution 58 : Base cover + full-range pressurized cover

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The advantages of ASP

  • The guarantee of a robot that is fully isolated from the process
  • Ventilation of the cover to eliminate condensation
  • Integration of stainless-steel rotating rings for reinforced sealing
  • Robot protection can be cleaned quickly and easily: smooth, dirt-repellent surface for easy cleaning, even with strong chemicals and high-pressure cleaners.
  • No yellowing of the robot protection cover: The neutrality of the TEXPRAL B+ fabric prevents the cover from yellowing due to exposure to chemical detergents and disinfectants.
  • Lower maintenance costs for industrial robots
  • Reduced downtime for protected robots
  • Protect your expensive machines from wear and tear: protective robot covers can be easily repaired and ordered once our designers have the dimensions and specifications available
  • The seams are protected by heat-sealed tape.

ASP’s protective covers for the food industry, such as in cheese factories and slaughterhouses, comply with European regulations. Made of double-coated fabric with a PE base non-woven fabric, ASP’s range of covers for the food industry resist cleaning products, disinfectants, and high-pressure cleaning.

ASP designs, develops, and manufactures high-quality custom robot covers that are suitable for all major robot brands (KUKA, FANUC, ABB, Yaskawa, Kawasaki, etc.) and protect machines in different environments and industries.

The covers are also designed for ventilation and can be inflated from the inside, so there are no folds where dirt or bacteria can settle.

Your constraints:

  • Keep the robot in a dry environment
  • High-pressure intensive cleaning of the production line (using cleaning products)
  • Robot mechanics in direct contact with food
  • High production rate

Process constraints