fan to heat the robot
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Ventilation for protective robot cover

Ventilation systems, air conditioning, dehumidification, heating for protective robot covers

Solution description

Housse socle + corps robot + poignet ventilée circuit fermé
Solution 55: Pressurized air conditioning + base cover + robot body + wrist joint

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Ventilation system solution ( Chap 5-26)

The advantages of ASP

  • Fans suitable for all sizes of robots
  • Simple ventilation or optional air conditioner, heater, air dehumidifier as needed
  • Continuous air circulation under the cover up to the robot wrist joint
  • Customized definition of the air handling system to match the on-site configuration
  • Open or closed air circuit depending on the environment and fan storage area

The use of robots in a variety of industries, such as food processing, high-pressure washing and even climatic chambers, is steadily increasing. These environments can be highly aggressive to the robot mechanics due to high humidity or large temperature variations (climatic chambers). As robots are not designed to operate in such environments, it is necessary to provide full protection by using a waterproof solution and supplying air inside the cover to maintain a dry and completely isolated environment for the robot. ASP offers various types of air handling solutions depending on the application. A fan can be integrated with a heating coil or an air conditioner to cool or heat the robot as needed. A dehumidifier is also recommended by ASP in climatic chambers or environments with significant temperature and humidity variations. ASP works with you to study the ideal solution based on the configuration of the robotic cell, thus providing a customized and calibrated air handling system to match your requirements. The size of the robot and the length of the network are factors to consider when defining the solution.

Your constraints:

  • High humidity levels
  • Significant temperature variations
  • Robots not suitable for extreme conditions
  • Frequent maintenance requirements