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Miguel Gil - The E/Shuttle conveyor technology for PT and ED


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The E/Shuttle conveyor technology for PT and ED

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Miguel Gil - The E/Shuttle conveyor technology for PT and ED

  1. 1. The E|Shuttle conveyor technologyfor PT and EDMiguel Gil gBarcelona, 17.11.2011
  2. 2. Agenda Overview of different conveyor technologies for PT and ED systems Continous conveying systems Discontinous conveying systems Di ti i t Decisive advantages of variable dipping systems The E|SHUTTLE system References Summary
  3. 3. Overview of different conveyor technologies Continous Discontinous conveying systems i t conveying systems i t Running Lifting Rotating Variable Dipping Systems VarioShuttle E|Shuttle Rotation Systems Competition´s system Competition´s system Horizontal Hori ontal Dipping S stems Systems Monorail / Power&Free Programmable Hoists Pendulum EMS
  4. 4. Variable Dipping Systems · Decisive Advantages Conventional dipping curve with Optimized curve with variable horizontal conveying system dipping system Air bubble No air bubble Improved process quality thanks variable dipping systems p p q y pp g y
  5. 5. Variable Dipping Systems · Decisive Advantages Horizontal conveyors and rotating systems g y Variable dipping systems Roof Roof Roof Roof up down up down PT X PT X X ED X ED X X limited orientation of body caused by Each combination and body orientation is predefined dipping curve possible
  6. 6. Variable Dipping Systems · Decisive Advantages OEMs value the advantages of a variable dipping system: 1. Customer A 2. Customer B Roof Roof Roof Roof up down up down PT X PT X ED X ED X Change of the body orientation is for „Roof up“-orientation is for this customer essentail to fullfill this customer necessary to minimize the quality requirements the dynamic forces on the body
  7. 7. E|SHUTTLE The concept Conveyor system based on the electric monorail system (EMS) with 3 degrees of freedom Vertical dipping movement with lifting gear Advanced control system Space-saving, Space-saving compact design Tunnel mounted on the tank construction With lamellar seal separating the trolley
  8. 8. E|SHUTTLEIndividual dipping curves Roof up Roof down Any tilted position Technical Benefits Optimal corrosion protection Skidless passage possible Optimal ED spread Optimal layout possibilities No ED sanding TCO reduction
  9. 9. E|SHUTTLETechnical data EMS Payload: 1,000 kg (body with skid) Traverse Capacity: No restrictions (only those dictated by the process) Lifting carriage Speeds Travel: variable up to 60 m/min (max.) Lifting/lowering: variable up to 15 m/min Lamellar seal Lifting post Turning: 20°/sec (max.) Lifting arm Net weight: approx. 3.5 t Rotating arm Support frame
  10. 10. E|SHUTTLESystem width with return line(for bodies with a width of 2,100 mm):System height depends on Position of body for draining Skid and body lengthRequired space A = 10,000 – 12,000 mm B = 9,800 mm C = 2,150 mm A C B
  11. 11. E|SHUTTLECross-section and layout from references 1 1 Cross section with body in draining position Cross-section 2 Layout for dip-coating 3 L tf t t t Layout for pretreatment 33.500 2 72.000 3
  12. 12. E-Shuttles already sold Volkswagen Group of America, Chattanooga, TN, USA Pretreatment 16 Shuttles EC 12 Shuttles Porsche, Zuffenhausen, Germany Pretreatment 8 Shuttles EC 6 Shuttles Volkswagen Slovakia, Bratislava, Slovakia g , , Pretreatment 21 Shuttles EC 13 Shuttles Daimler, Kecskemet, Hungary Pretreatment 19 Shuttles EC 11 Shuttles Volkswagen do Brasil, Taubaté, Brasil Pretreatment 34 Shuttles EC 24 Shuttles MB do Brasil, Juiz de Fora, Brasil Pretreatment 7 Shuttles EC 3 Shuttles FAW-VW, Foshan FAW VW Foshan, China Pretreatment 34 Shuttles EC 24 Shuttles Total 232 Shuttles
  13. 13. E|SHUTTLE The system at a glance System with hi h fl ibilit and product quality S t ith high flexibility d d t lit Capacity is defined by the process: no limits on capacity due to the transport system Return line at the side ensures little space required Low overall weight (steel construction EMS construction, EMS, lifting gear with lifting arm) System components are known and have proved their l th i value Easy programming of the dipping curves
  14. 14. Summary Requirements for flexibility increase continously due to higher variety of models and sub-models of carbodies. carbodies Reduced lifecycles of model generations leads to an increased amount of start-ups within exisiting systems. Current development body-in-white introduces C rrent de elopment of bod in hite introd ces high material mi for PT/ED mix (Aluminium, steel, tempered steel, plastic,…). Current development of body-in-white leads to the utilisation of materials union techniques, which p y q reach their final stiffness only after PT/ED (inside ED-oven). Crash tests have lead to an increased number of smaller submodules for the body-in-white which are difficult to be reached during ED coating. Highest corrosion protection remains the most important requirement for the PT/ED process. that´s why EISENMANN developed the E|Shuttle
  15. 15. KontaktEISENMANN Ingeniería S.A.Miguel GilC/ e guedàC/Berguedà 1. Parc de Negocis Mas Blau ac egoc s as au08820 El Prat de Llobregat (Barcelona)E-Mail: miguel.gil@eisenmann.comInternet: ◙ 15