Autoclave for the laminated glass process, built in carbon steel, horizontal layout

Operation of the operator with the autoclave:

1.Introduction of glass support platforms inside the autoclave manually.
2.Close the door manually (automatic option).
3.Manual activation of the door closing system and security (automatic option).
4.Activation of the determined cycle of treatment (the treatment cycle begins).
5.Completion of the chosen cycle, unlocking of the door and extraction of the loading platforms of the glasses.

Each process is based on programmed segments, temperature, pressure and maintenance time.

Each segment has two sub stages,


On the ramp we control that the temperature and pressure rise or lower, with the programmed time

In the maintenance, the temperature and pressure programmed during the time is maintained.

You can program up to 15 segments, (optionally more) in each process.

During any of the cycles, the pressure may be regulated at will at all times within the physical limitations imposed by the fluids and systems used. The pressure system will be provided by the customer, being part of the Attsuklaus installation only the valves that connect and disconnect the interior of the autoclave with the pressure system (to pressurize) or with the atmosphere (to depressurize)

Likewise, vacuum processes may be carried out on bags through the internal connectors provided for this purpose.

The heating process is carried out by recirculating air through a turbine, located inside the autoclave.

This turbine makes the air flow through a set of resistors that are controlled by the PLC

Air speed is controlled by a frequency variator, which adjusts the speed of the turbine to the desired flow rate.

The process of cooling the air inside the autoclave is performed by the entry of compressed air and the hot air outlet in the interior, controlled by the proportional valves, to control the required pressure.

Optionally The cooling process is carried out by introducing water into an interior of an exchanger located on the back of the autoclave. This water, usually at room temperature, cools the air inside the autoclave, through the exchanger (battery)