Automated production plants, assembly lines and robotic welding systems for household appliances: dishwashers, washing machines, ovens, refrigerators, compressors, sinks and stainless steel furniture.
Elimination of unnecessary costs
What are the benefits of leas industrial automation for the domestic appliance industry?
From the selection of technical specifications to plant implementation and production start-up, LEAS works alongside the customer through by sharing technical and technological principles in terms of reliability, productivity, and overall plant efficiency.
Nearly 50 years of specific welding technology know-how, the continuous ability and willingness to pursue a model of technological and vertical development, the solid organizational, project management and internal after-sales service structure, and our proven financial solidity, which have set the stage for consolidated relationships with leading companies in the household appliance industry internationally: all of these factors make LEAS a reliable and long-term partner for our customers and suppliers.
LEAS’ solutions address different types of industrial products and are fully customized with different levels of automation, robotics and welding technologies based on customer needs.
The role of LEAS is to be a partner and single point of contact for the customer, whether it is for a project of a new turnkey industrial plant, an automated system to manage one or more processes, or an upgrade of existing plants.
Greater integration and verticalization of processes
In most cases, the industry trend is increasingly seeing greater integration and verticalization of processes, in favor of very high productivity, precision of execution and elimination of unnecessary costs.
In this regard, in modern manufacturing plants, the production process starts from a coil of sheet metal to the fabrication of the semi-finished metal product, through the necessary transformation processes such as blanking, drawing, stamping, bending, profiling, welding/clamping/riveting, the fabrication of the completion components, and then to the final stages of finishing and marking.
What are the most suitable welding techniques for the appliance industry?
Integrated robotic welding systems enable the joining of components in a fully automatic way by using machines and/or industrial robots.
Resistance, MIG/MAG, TIG and laser welding are the technologies commonly used in household appliance production lines.
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