Element filling systems
Based on the EP800 insulation blowing panel, the GBF1050 bale conditioning system and the EM400 insulation blowing machine series
- Industrial, consistent manufacturing processes
- Efficiency through automation
- Scalable modular system
- Compatibility with different blow-in insulation materials
- Adjustable filling excess height
Insulation blowing materials
X-Floc's system components facilitate the processing of a big amount of insulation blowing materials.
The following classes are included: Cellulose, wood fibre, glass wool, rock wool as well as composite materials.
EP800 injection panel
In the basic version, the EP800 injection panel has five large injection
nozzles and four pneumatically driven material diverter valves (diameter
= 3 inches), which allow material throughputs of well over 1 t/h,
depending on the insulation material used and the desired installation
density. The injection nozzles can be adjusted in height by several centimetres
to achieve an optimum injection pattern for each insulation
material used. The material diverter valves can be supplied with the
required compressed air either at the factory or from an air compressor
integrated in the injection panel.
GBF1050 bale conditioning machine
The GBF1050 bale conditioning machine ensures that the insulation
blowing machine is filled with insulation material almost without interruption.
For this purpose, so-called „big bales“ are used, which can
be fed to the bale conditioning machine by means of a pallet truck,
forklift or conveyor belt. Depending on the manufacturer, big bales
consist of pressed insulation blocks of the appropriate size or loosely
stacked, unpacked standard bales.
The milling unit, consisting of 18 milling blades, dissolves the big bale
layer by layer and feeds the pre-loosened material to the blowing machine.
The logical control system and the numerous sensors used on
the GBF1050 and the insulation blowing machine ensure almost uninterrupted
EM400 insulation blowing machine
Consistently high material throughput due to the use of proven material
shredders and powerful, durable turbine technology for air generation
make the EM430 insulation blowing machine the first choise
for factory filling. Four rotating shredding shafts and the two chaff
spindles of the two-stage agitator prepare each kind of loose insulating
material optimally for its pneumatic conveying and professional
installation. The large rotary air lock conveys the loosened insulation
material into the air flow of the five-stage high-performance turbine,
which provides the necessary material acceleration and conveyance.
All functions and parameters of the insulation blowing machine responsible
for a successful blowing process can of course be taken over
by the control of the factory filling system. Manual intervention is no