EP0047908A1 - Coating apparatus for sheet-like material - Google Patents

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EP0047908A1
EP0047908A1 EP81106773A EP81106773A EP0047908A1 EP 0047908 A1 EP0047908 A1 EP 0047908A1 EP 81106773 A EP81106773 A EP 81106773A EP 81106773 A EP81106773 A EP 81106773A EP 0047908 A1 EP0047908 A1 EP 0047908A1
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    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D06TREATMENT OF TEXTILES OR THE LIKE; LAUNDERING; FLEXIBLE MATERIALS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • D06BTREATING TEXTILE MATERIALS USING LIQUIDS, GASES OR VAPOURS
    • D06B19/00Treatment of textile materials by liquids, gases or vapours, not provided for in groups D06B1/00 - D06B17/00
    • D06B19/0088Treatment of textile materials by liquids, gases or vapours, not provided for in groups D06B1/00 - D06B17/00 using a short bath ratio liquor
    • D06B19/0094Treatment of textile materials by liquids, gases or vapours, not provided for in groups D06B1/00 - D06B17/00 using a short bath ratio liquor as a foam

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A substantially closed container, which is arranged on a sieve 2, extends over the working width of a device for applying a medium to flat structures, the container being connected to a device for supplying foamed medium and the foam being able to be supplied to the container under controllable pressure . The sieve and the fabric or fabrics can be moved, but also the container on the sieve, in order to ensure that either the liquor gets onto the goods which is released by the bursting of the foam bubbles or the foam partly on the sieve or is destroyed in the sieve and foam still collapses when the device continues to run or is somehow solidified. Any flat goods can be dyed, finished, coated or washed with the device.

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  • The invention relates to a device for applying a medium to a flat structure, consisting of an essentially closed container extending over the working width as an application device with an open or slot-like bottom.
  • Such devices are known per se. They are referred to as slot or box squeegees. Devices are also known in which an application device is provided in the closed container, for example in DE-PS 23 oo 29o, which shows a printing press.
  • It is also known to produce foam provided with dye, for example by DE-OS 25 23 062.
  • The present invention has for its object to provide a device of the type described in such a way that a uniform application of the foam to the goods, preferably a web, takes place, the device can adapt to the receptivity of the web or the fabric.
  • The invention consists in that the container is arranged on a sieve and is connected to a device for supplying foamed medium, the foam being able to be supplied to the container under controllable pressure.
  • The supply of the foam under pressure to the application surface can be both controllable and regulatable and also adjustable. The respective setting can be determined empirically, depending on the unusual result of the order, in which case the device is then optionally controlled such that the inflow is uniform depending on the consumption and the inflow of the foam can then be regulated according to its consumption.
  • Another very essential idea of the invention is that a closed container is arranged in the interior of a sieve or on a flat-level sieve, which is connected to a feed device for the foam and has an outlet cross section, such as an opening, in the lower region, which extends over the total working width from which the pressurized foam can be applied to the surface of the sieve, sieve cylinder or sieve belt through this onto the goods.
  • It is extremely difficult and almost impossible to distribute small volumes of liquor over a larger working width, for example 5 m and wider, over an area in order to apply them evenly on or into a substrate. This can only be achieved by increasing the volume of the fleet, which is done by foaming. According to the invention, however, it is now possible to return the fleet to its previous consistency by arranging a sieve. Now relatively small amounts of liquid can be distributed or evenly distributed on the surface of a product. The foaming alone does not give an even distribution of a fleet. The difficulties mentioned can thus be overcome by applying foam to a fabric if the application is carried out through a sieve.
  • The main component of the foam is liquefied when it is pressed through (or sucked through) through the sieve. The resulting amount of liquid is thus evenly distributed on or in the substrate. The entry or order is made evenly across the entire working width.
  • There are three ways to do this:
    • 1. There is a total destruction of the foam on the screen or in the screen area. Only the resulting amount of the fleet then arrives on the goods.
    • 2. The foam is only partially destroyed on the sieve or in the sieve. Fleet is released, but the continuing flat product still takes undamaged bubbles of the foam. These can either collapse and release liquor as they continue to run or, if desired, can remain on the substrate and solidify, for example through exposure to air, drying, exposure to heat and the like, depending on which devices are connected downstream and what chemicals the foam is made of .
    • 3. The foam is hardly destroyed and should not be destroyed either. It can then disintegrate or stabilize again as the goods continue to run, as stated under point 2.
  • There are therefore three different groups of options. These can still be varied in many ways.
    • 1. The foam can have a wide variety of constitution. The liquids in it are variable, the strength, the degree of foaming can be changed, just like the size of the bubbles.
    • 2. It can be changed how and how the foam is brought through the sieve, namely the speed and the physical influences are to be changed. So the conveyor speed in the Containers can be changed into it and thus the pressure in the container, on the sieve and the speed of penetration of the sieve.
    • 3. The formation of the sieve in relation to the passage cross-sections, its density, its frictional resistance plays an important role and can be changed.
    • 4. Furthermore, the training of the goods is also different and also their receptivity, surface structure, etc.
  • All of these parameters are freely selectable for the user of the invention.
  • Some examples are given below:
    • The flat structures can consist of paper, glass, plastic, of course also of fiber materials, such as textile goods, in particular Florware is intended.
  • But it can also e.g. Plastic is foamed with solvents and brought with the subject of the invention on glass or on paper and other goods. The plastic can also be embedded in the paper or in a material, especially if it is absorbent.
  • Furthermore, chalk can be foamed and put on a paper, a non-woven fabric and the like. be applied.
  • Also a latex coating, e.g. possible on textiles. It can be advantageous if the foam structure of the foam is retained as far as possible and the foam can later be solidified or polymerized out in the usual way.
  • Partial surfaces can also be applied with stencils by applying colors or plastic resins. The templates can carry out a university order.
  • Essentially, the subject of the invention is intended for dyeing pile fabric, that is to say a fabric with a fiber structure. However, there is also the possibility of carrying out sample orders with the device, e.g. also to print.
  • If "color" is mentioned in the preceding and the following, this should not be understood as restrictive. All liquid, pasty, viscous chemicals can be used, including also water.
  • If "templates" are mentioned above and below, sieve structures are included in this term. The sieve lying on the fabric can be a sieve-shaped intermediate carrier, as a perforated sheet, as a latticework, network, wire mesh, as a sieve drum, template and the like. It can stand still and, if necessary, be dragged along with the goods or be separately driven. Among other things, stencils are also thought of that can be applied to the fleet in accordance with the pattern or uni, that is to say in the form of areas, preferably rotating sieves or stencils. However, the sieve can also be a network made of plastic or, for example, synthetic fibers and placed on it, a wire mesh, etc. The sieves or sieve-like intermediate carriers cause the bubbles of the foam to burst and thus enable a liquor accumulation in the region of the sieve and the sieve-like intermediate carrier or on the latter Surface and thus enable a perfect order on the goods. When the screen stops or the like. the application device and / or a suction box must support the transport of the foam through the sieve.
  • With the device, any flat goods, e.g. dyed, finished, coated or washed.
  • Exemplary embodiments of the invention are shown in the drawings. Show it:
    • 1 is a schematic side view of the device,
    • 2 shows a side bearing head of an application work in side view in section,
    • 3 shows a further embodiment similar to the embodiment of FIG. 2, shown schematically, but with a container which is connected to an application device,
    • 4 shows the embodiment of FIG. 3 in plan view, partially in section,
    • Fig. 5 shows another embodiment, with a screen cylinder, such as a round template.
  • Fig. 1 shows schematically a screen cylinder 2, which is designed like a round template and belongs to an application unit 1, not shown. According to the invention, the container 4, which is connected to a device for supplying foam, is located inside the screen cylinder 2. This foam generating device is designated 7 in the drawing. In the exemplary embodiment shown, the feed device 5 consists of a tube which is located in the container 4. This feed device 5 can end at the entrance of the container 4 or, as shown, there is the possibility that the feed device extends across the length of the container 4 and has outlet connections 50 inside the container.
  • In this example, the foam generating device consists of three main parts, namely the supply of the liquid to be applied, the supply of preferably compressed air, and a mixing head 70.
  • The mixing head 70 thus receives the mixed liquid and also the air, whereby, as is known, both components can be metered. The foam is created in the mixing head, which can be of any design.
  • From a liquid container 71 via a line 171, the liquid is fed to a flow meter 73 via a gear pump 72 and line 172. The gear pump 72 is driven by a gear motor 74. The liquid passes through a further piece of line 172 into a mixing container 170, which is located inside the mixing head 70 and has a free annular space around it.
  • The compressed air comes from a compressor 75 via a line 175 to the mixing head 70, namely the line leads via a main tap 76, a pressure reducing valve 77 and a flow meter 78. The line 175 opens into the annular space 270. It is possible to use the flow meter 78 To provide control elements to ensure a uniform air supply, as well as the diameter 73 for the liquid, so that the values once set, which may be determined empirically or can also be calculated, introduce even more foamed paint into the container 4, namely under Print. The pressure can be adjusted by adjusting both the course of the gear pump 72 and by adjusting the pressure reducing valve 77, just as there is the possibility, as already mentioned; to provide the flow knives with control elements.
  • In Fig. 2 an embodiment is shown in which the screen 2 or the stencil is designed as a screen belt which is guided over rollers 10, 11 and 12, one of which can serve as a tension roller and the other two can be driven. On a traverse 13, which is guided from one side bearing head 14 to the other, a container 4 is fastened, which extends over the entire working width and carries the feed device 5, for example a tube, on one or both sides at its end or a continuous one Tube. This container 4 has a pressurized interior 40 and walls closed on all sides and is only provided towards the sieve 2 with a slit-like opening 43 through which the pressurized foam is pressed onto the inner surface of the sieve 2, specifically onto the web 60, which can lie on a blanket, not shown. The sieve 2 lies on the goods.
  • The bottom of the container 4 can also be completely open, since foam, even if it is under pressure, does not flow through the openings as easily as liquor. There is also the possibility of arranging a suction box 9 under the slot 43, which is also provided with a slot arrangement and sucks the foam into the goods. This suction box 9 is connected to a suction pump 90. This suction box arrangement is an alternative.
  • 3 shows an exemplary embodiment in which the container 4 is integrated with an application device 3, which works as an application roller or doctor blade roller. Here, in the container 4, there is again the feed device 5, for example a pipe with pipe outlets 50. The wall 41 1 lying against the feed direction of the screen 2 or the template sits on the application device 3, namely by means of my sealing shoe 44 and a sliding seal 144 In this device too, pressure can be brought into the interior of the container 4, which is also sealed off from the template by a strip 45 and a sealing plate 145.
  • Fig. 4 shows the embodiment of Fig. 3 in plan view. a similar device. Here it can be seen that the application unit 1 lies on a machine frame or a scaffold 6, over which the web, which is not shown here, and the printing blanket 61 runs in the direction indicated by the arrow. The container 4 is cut in this embodiment and the feed device device 5, which is designed in this example as a tube, lies sealingly in the side walls of the box-like container. The side heads 14 of the application unit 1 hold the guide rollers for the screen belt, hold the drives for the rollers and also for the application device 3 and also the crossbeams.
  • In the embodiment of FIG. 5, a sieve cylinder with a round cross section is shown with container 4, under which an adapting squeegee shoe 30 is arranged, which is detachably fastened to the container 4 below it. The feed device 5, a pipe or. Hose comes from the mixing head 70 and fills the space 40 of the container with dye or the like. provided foam, which, for example, via slot arrangements 46, 47 between two squeegee lips 31 and 32 with foam provided on the inner surface of the screen 2 and thus on the web 60.
  • As can be seen from the various examples, the idea of the invention is not restricted to one exemplary embodiment. The idea of the invention can be varied in many ways, e.g. to design the foam generating device differently than shown. Any finishing liquor can be foamed and applied. The term "color" is therefore not to be understood as restrictive.
  • Since the introduction of foam, and especially foam under pressure, requires a relatively large amount of space, a very important idea of the invention is to use circular templates or the like. train larger than 800 mm in diameter. 1000, 1200 mm or even larger so that the necessary feed elements for the foam and the container holding the foam under controllable pressure have enough space inside a sieve cylinder. Even if space is additionally required, for example for a back-and-forth inlet or an inlet nozzle for the foam inside the container or in front of a container wall, this is the case the size of the template essential to accommodate such a container and the corresponding inlets for foam. Essentially, the device is to be installed in rotating screens. Basically, there is the possibility of arranging the device on a flat-level sieve or a template and letting the container 4 move back and forth.
  • All the information and features disclosed in the documents, in particular the disclosed spatial configurations, are claimed as essential to the invention insofar as they are new to the prior art, individually or in combination.
  • Further characteristics and features of the invention result from the advantageous embodiments given above as examples.

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  1. ' 1. Device for applying a medium to a flat structure, consisting of an over the working width, substantially closed container as an application device with an open or slot-like bottom, characterized in that the container (4) arranged on a sieve (2) and is connected to a device for supplying foamed medium, the foam being able to be supplied to the container (4) under controllable pressure.
  2. 2. Device according to claim 1 and one of the following claims, characterized in that a mixing head (70) with compressed air, supply and control elements (75,76,77,78) and with liquid supply and control elements (74,72, 73) is connected, the inflow amount and inflow speed as well as the pressure can be individually controlled, changed and regulated, the feed device being a tube (5) or the like. is connected to the container (4) inside a rotating sieve or to a sieve.
  3. 3. Device according to claim 1 and one of the following claims, characterized in that in the interior of a sieve (2) or on a flat-level sieve (2) a closed container (4) is arranged, which with a feed device (5) for the Foam is connected and in the lower area has an outlet cross-section, such as opening (43), which extends over the entire width from which the pressurized foam onto the surface of the sieve (2), sieve cylinder or sieve belt through this onto the Goods can be applied.
  4. 4. Apparatus according to claim 1 and one of the following claims, characterized in that the container (4) on its side facing away from the inlet of the screen is connected to an application device (3) in such a way that it forms part of the container (4) this is integrated.
  5. 5. The device according to claim 1 and one of the following claims, characterized in that the feed device (5) for the dye-provided foam is passed through the container (4).
  6. 6. The device according to claim 1 and 5, characterized in that the feed device (5) consists of a tube, the spaced tube outlets (50) or the like. wearing.
  7. 7. The device according to claim 1 and one of the following claims, characterized in that the container (4) carries in the lower region one of the shape of the screen adapted, removable, replaceable doctor blade (30).
  8. 8. Apparatus according to claim 1 and 7, characterized in that the doctor shoe (30) with doctor lips (31,32) is provided.
  9. 9. -Device for applying a medium to a screen printing stencil, consisting of an extending over the working width, essentially closed container as an application device with an open or slot-like bottom, 'from which the application medium through a sieve or the like. can be applied to the goods, characterized in that the screen cylinder for receiving the container (4) or the feed device (5) has a diameter which is greater than 800 mm, preferably 1000, 1200 mm or even larger.
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