IMPROVEMENT OF THE CURRENT-CONVEYOR LINE FOR THE PRODUCTION OF CERAMIC TILES
In this article the possibility of improvement of the linear conveyor line for the purpose of improvement of quality of products was considered. As at the moment for the Ukrainian producers there was a question of improvement of quality of products. Producers of a ceramic tile use the Italian equipment now as it is better in the industry. As it is possible to improve quality of products without replacement at the enterprises, of the physical and worn-out equipment by more modern. We investigated from what the conveyor what is used the equipment consists. Considered defects what arise at the enterprises Then the research which helped to define the surpassing defects arising by production of a tile was conducted. In research No. 1 we selected 33 tiles then carried out visual sorting from the conveyor. By results of a research we saw what at us exceeds defect a blockage. We set the object to eliminate defect a blockage for ourselves as it made 18% from 30% of defects. In this regard for the conveyor line it was offered to adapt foam rubber it will be located on the platform between brushes and, glaze what dust which remained after brushes was eliminated before putting glaze not to spoil a front surface of a tile. Also, for creation of an additional purge, we will install devices having blown in which place after felt circles so blowing would delete residues of dust and small segments which remain during machining, for production improvement and also improvement of quality of a tile taking into account technical and economic indicators and elimination of systematically arising defects contamination. These introductions increased quality by 15%. It is recommended to make foam rubber replacement every week because eventually foam rubber absorbs in itself dust, and the efficiency of purification of dust decreases.
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