The DHC 40 is a very compact hardcoating system which offers full process-flexibility for small and midsized labs.
A fully automated two axis robot handling system guides the lenses through the multi-stage process. Following a three double-stage US-cleaning the lenses are coated in a thermal cure dip-coating process. Out of two primer stages and two different lacquers the ideal recipe is chosen for index matching.
The DHC 40 is equipped with a two-step DI-water regeneration system using resin and active carbon filters, automatic level-control for coating tanks and clean-air convection ovens for homogenous temperature distribution.
The DHC 40 provides a throughput of approx. 40 lenses an hour and is perfectly suited to meet any cleaning and hardcoating process requirements that demand index matching.
- Automated fast 2-axis robot-handling system
- Designed for up to four lacquer tanks
- Compact three double-stage cleaning process
- (Semi-)automatic fill and level control on coating tanks
- Sliding lids over all coating tanks
- 2 primer stages for PC and index-matched primer application
- Integrated fire extinguishing system
tank sizes and capacity (width x depth x height)
cleaning tank: 120 x 220 x 160 mm
12 l (incl. weir, buffer tank and filtration)
coating tank: 90 x 220 x 120 mm
3.7 l (incl. weir, buffer and filtration)
1 double stage US-cleaning station
1 double stage tap-water rinsing station
1 double stage DI-water rinsing station
1 double stage IR-drying station
hard coating tanks
2 primer, hot air-curing stage after primer
2 HC, hot air-curing stage after hardcoat
30 – 85 mm
lenses per carrier
4 lenses (2 pairs)
4 – 5 min/stage (approx. 1h floor to floor)
lenses per hour
nominal: 40 lenses/h (20 pairs)
up to 48 lenses/h (24 pairs)
5 kVA avg.
approx. 1330 kg (2933 lb.)
dimensions (width x depth x height)
approx. 3015 x 1000 x 2117 mm (119 x 39 x 83 inches)
All data subject to change without notice. Please verify details with SCHNEIDER.