compatible with "oneseam"
Paint and varnish cover
blue cover for paint robot
Reusable protection for robots in the automotive industry

Robot cover, paint line- Washable range

Underbody wax – plastic filler robot - paint & varnish

Solution description

Housse socle + corps robot + poignet ventilée circuit fermé
Solution 03: Robot body / base and wrist joint cover

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The advantages of ASP

  • Textiles coated on 1 or 2 sides for optimal waterproofing and sealing
  • Protected seams with waterproof strips
  • Washable and repairable protective covers, can be cleaned on site with industrial solvents
  • This long-lasting range of covers can be used over several years
  • Several materials available such as TORTOP B+, TORCAL B+, TELUPRO 22 depending on the robot model
  • Fabrics certified for paint Atex
  • Covers adapted to paint robots, manipulator robots, or opening robots

The washable protective covers used in paint, varnish, and plastic filler workshops protect robots from paint and varnish mists, plastic filler beads, and highly demanding environments that can be detrimental to robot mechanics.

These protective robot covers are used to reduce dirt buildup and wear on the robot’s joints, thus preserving their functionality and minimizing maintenance requirements. ASP paint covers also ensure that no robot fluids or grease are deposited in the process or on the treated parts (vehicles or parts). These covers are specifically designed for paint robots, manipulator robots, and opening robots, providing complete protection from the base to the Axis 4 arm, where the robot wrist joint is often bi-conical. These covers, made of TELUPRO 22, TORTOP B+, and TORCAL B+, have a lifespan of several years and can be washed with industrial solvents.

Your constraints:

  • ATEX Zone: The protective covers need to comply with ATEX regulations for use in potentially explosive atmospheres.
  • Limited cleaning time: The covers must be designed for easy and quick cleaning to minimize downtime during the cleaning process.
  • Use of solvents: The covers must be resistant to the solvents used in the cleaning process and should not be damaged or deteriorate when exposed to them.
  • Anti-fiber/particulate zone: The covers must prevent the release of fibers or particles that could contaminate the environment or interfere with the robot’s operation.
  • Easy cleaning for plastic filler robots: The covers for plastic filler robots must be designed to be easy to clean, so that any plastic filler residues can be removed without leaving any traces or causing damage to the covers.

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