Separation processes on a bodywork with SplitMaster

SplitMaster impressively shows its functionality when seperating load-bearing assembly and autobody sheets of a Porsche 911.

Separating the B-pillar with SplitMaster
(PresseBox) ( Bielefeld, )
The seperation of the adhesive binding was carried out by a prototype plant of mycon’s SplitMaster. This prototype plant still had an imprecise batcher, only one simple shot attachment and no suction device. Nontheless, SplitMaster could impressively show its functionality.

While cooling the surfaces down to -70° C, the adhesive layer was cooled down to -60° C. Thus, the adhesion became brittle and the autobody sheets could be loosened with the help of a special device.

Several experiments conducted by the LWF of Paderborn University and the University of HammLippstadt confirm that the adjoining adhesive bonds were not damaged by the use of SplitMaster after the application of SplitMaster. Likewise, the adjoining surfaces with anticorrosive coating stayed free of damage.
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