The Atom 800, which can carry up to 800kg, was made to meet the growing needs of the glazing industry. Most glazing robots have solid or air-filled tyres that work well on smooth floors. The Atom 800, on the other hand, has rubber tracks that make it easy to drive over rough floors.
The Atom 800 glazing robot is perfect for use on construction sites. It has an eight-pad dual-circuit vacuum system, a hydraulic swivel, tilt, slew, and rotate the head, and it can easily pick up glass from the ground or a stillage, move it, and put it in place.
The Atom 800 is only 930mm wide and 1600mm high, and each of its tracks can be moved independently. This makes it easy to move around a site and through narrow paths and doors. This glazing robot is great for working in tight, hard-to-reach spaces. It is controlled by a multifunctional radio remote control that gives the operator full control over all hydraulic functions, including driving.
The Atom 800 glazing robot can lift canopy glass up to a maximum height of 4.25 metres or to a maximum width of 2.7 metres.