Painting Robots in Automotive IndustryAutomotive Industry is well known for using painting robots for their floor plant operations due to the top-quality results. Industrial robots are very accurate and precise when applying paint or coating to a surface, do not worry about overspray. Automotive Industry follows high standard procedures. This demanding sector is already benefiting from manufacturing robots, and also small and mid-size companies are starting in automation. Robots are versatile and easy to install on the floor, on the rail, or on the wall according to the space of the factory plant. Besides, paint robots are very flexible, help workers from hazardous work and protect them from chemicals. Robotic painting can handle the risk of this work environment.
Painting Operations Process
Painting Robot by bell or pistol applicatorsThe bell applicator supports applications where high paint volumes are necessary with low air consumption. The bell applicator features a spinning bell cup that through centrifugal force generates small droplets of material that are then shaped into a painted cloud by a shaping airflow. In the case of an application by pistol, the material goes directly by the airflow produced from a compressed air source. Hence, the coverage is not as great as with the bell applicator for the same airflow. Often it will be necessary to select between various colours or materials for the application. In this case, the robot will often feature a colour changer mounted in the robot arm. Usually, a dedicated distribution system supply the material stored in tanks. Subsequently, the robot will spray the colours that receive from the system.
Manufacturing chemicals in Painting facilitiesAccording to the article, The Impact of Health said: The main environmental impacts associated with paint come from the manufacturer of the components, rather than the manufacturing of the product itself. Following are some reason why chemicals are dangerous for human beings:
- Paint industry universally includes titanium dioxide or TiO2 for painting
- Manufacture of TiO2 is by far the greatest environmental impact
- Emissions during production including (depending on the process) CO2, N2O, SO2, NOx CH4, and VOCs
- A number of waste streams, including spent acid and metal sulfates, emanate from the manufacturing process
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