At present, the lamination and curing processes for solar panel production are mostly performed on the same laminating machine, but the curing heating temperature is relative to the laminating heating temperature because the time required for the curing process is longer than the lamination time required. High, thus limiting the production efficiency of solar panel zero cracked robot curing line. To this end, a solar cell zero-crack robot curing line was developed.
The curing line enables the lamination and curing processes to be sequentially connected and matched on the same production line, thereby effectively improving the production efficiency of the solar panel production equipment, and by heating the technical improvement of the curing furnace, the heating of the panel is uniform and the solar energy is ensured. Product quality of the panel.
The solar cell zero-crack robot curing line includes a transporting table placed at the front and the rear, respectively, and a belt-type laminating machine coupled to the front conveying table, which is coupled to the belt-feeding laminating machine. There is a partial structure such as a laminated curing oven. The curing oven has at least two sets of heat curing units consisting of a belt conveying mechanism, an upper and lower heat insulating shell and a heating plate placed inside the heat insulating shell, and a curing furnace lifting cylinder is symmetrically arranged on both sides of the curing furnace.
The solidification furnace of the solar panel zero cracked robot curing line is provided with a furnace shell, and a closed door with an upper end and a furnace shell hingedly connected to the inlet and outlet of the panel is respectively arranged in front of and behind the furnace shell, and each closed door It is equipped with a closed door opening and closing cylinder. The heat-insulating housing is an upper and a lower part that can be interlocked with each other, and is symmetrically disposed on both sides of the upper and lower heat-insulating housings with a heat-insulating housing opening and closing oil cylinder.