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Electronically Controlled Spraying Units

Arrangement of Spraying Units on the Edgebanding Machine

Release Agent Spraying Unit

Cleaning Agent Spraying Unit

Antistatic Coolant Spraying Unit

Edge Material Wetting

Spraying Unit for Contact Pressure Roller and Anti-Friction Shoes

Leading and Trailing Edges

Release Agent Application Via Roller


Buffing Wheels & Lamellar Wheels


Wax Application Unit

Antistatic-Coolant Spraying Unit

To cool the glue joint and statically discharge the edging material

The antistatic coolant spraying unit shown in the picture on the right is the perfect supplement for release agent spraying unit fitted at the machine infeed and a cleaning agent spraying unit fitted at the machine outfeed.

It can be fitted downstream of the last contact pressure roller, upstream of the cross cut saws or upstream of the radius milling stations.

Following the edge banding process, the antistatic coolant LP289/99 is directly sprayed on the glue joint and on the edging material by means of spraying units. It assists curing the glue joint at the surface, thereby notably reducing the glue buildup on the tools and the undesired glue transfer from the tools onto the edging material. Furthermore, the edging material is statically discharged. Tracer rollers and workpieces remain free from milling chips.

Milling off (flush trimming) the PVC or PP edges causes static charging of the edging material and the adjoining top and bottom face of the workpieces. Milled off chips adhere to the edging material and on the top and bottom face of the panel negatively impairing the function of the tracer rollers and making a precise finishing by scraper blades or milling impossible.


This unit remedies the above problems instantly!!!

Glue build-up on the tools is considerably reduced! No milling chips adhere to the edging material or to the top and bottom face of the workpieces to be processed.

Moreover, the chips are statically discharged and can be more easily taken into the air extraction system.

Adwood Corporation  tel: 336-884-1846  fx: 336-841-6493  |  P.O. Box 1195, High Point, NC 27261  |  mail@adwood.com