Use systems technology made in Germany for on-site production to supply local demands

Our technology for an efficient production of EcoSyst climate panels was developed in such a way as to flexibly fit in various scenarios of application. It has a modular design and can be adapted to your needs taking into consideration the technology already available. We will be pleased to agree a concept with you and give advice on factory planning.
Development was done together with the German company SLG-Ingenieurtechnik that focuses on special solutions in mechanical engineering. Our technology reflects many years of experience in specialised mechanical engineering as well as innovative know-how and highest quality standards.
By means of our systems technology we intend to enable our local production partners to configurate and control production on their own according to their needs and making use of the specific resources available on their site.

With our modular system and the know-how of EcoSyst you will contribute an optimum indoor climate to your projects of new building and/or refurbishment.

The production line

The production line has a modular design and consists of three units that work autonomously, i.e. tapering unit, grooving unit, adhesive bonding unit. It takes two operators. First of all, the edges on both sides of a calcium silicate board are tapered. In a second step, a broaching tool cuts longitudinal grooves in the board’s surface. Then, capillary tube mats are embedded in these grooves and fixed by an adhesive mixture of loam, which eventually results in the highly hygroscopic EcoSyst climate panels to be used in efficient systems of surface heating and cooling.

On the tapering unit, which allows for an alternate arrangement of its components, calcium silicate boards are manually fed through two fixed electrical rip saws that taper the edges on both sides of the boards. The wedge-shaped cut ends drop in a mobile collecting bin.
The grooving unit is designed to cut 48 grooves in the calcium silicate board. This process is worked by a motor-driven towing arm that slides the calcium silicate board across special broaching tools. The resulting saw dust falls in a mobile collecting bin standing underneath.
The turn-over block is an auxiliary device to turn over and forward calcium silicate boards from the grooving unit to the adhesive bonding unit.
The adhesive bonding unit is meant to amalgamate capillary tube mats and calcium silicate boards by means of an adhesive loam mixture. To this end, a capillary tube mat is clamped to the board as to embed the capillary tubes in the board’s grooves, then a primer and loam adhesive are manually applied and automatically compressed and levelled off at a pre-set contact pressure.