Rock Wool Production Lines
Rock wool production lines: machinery for insulation
A complete rock wool production line consists of several machines that process the material, from melting to packaging.
The “hot” part is located at the beginning of the line where the machines melt the raw material and transform it into fibre, followed by the polymerization and processing of the fiber, when the product acquires the final shape (rigid boards, stitched mattresses or felts). The packaging system is located at the end of the line and consists of machines that package the product and prepare it for warehousing or shipment.
Rock wool: features of production lines
Indicative production capacity: 1.5 to 12 t/h (finished product)
Type of melting furnace: cupola furnace (for all capacities) or electric oven (for small and medium lines).
Nominal line width: from 1,200 to 2,400 mm
Type of finished product:
- Stitched mattresses
- Density 28 – 220 kg / m3
- Thickness 15 – 250 mm
- Width 400 – 2500 mm
All rock wool products can be coupled with different types of materials (depending on their use) such as paper, aluminum, glass veil.