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  • What hasn’t changed?
    • The PRO-GLAZE 8400 continues to utilize the proven and inherently safe linear drive system preferred in the 2100 and 4200 Models.
    • The PRO-GLAZE 8400 also maintains the advantages of the motor configuration.
  • What’s new?
    • New linear bearing design.
      • Feature hardened metal to metal exterior mechanical surfaces designed to roll over vinyl dust and dirt.
      • Internal bearing surfaces are permanently sealed and are impervious to dust and dirt infiltration.
      • Free running bearings support higher running motor speeds.
    • Modular building sequence that can support easy upgrades or downgrades in the field allowing to economically adapt to ever changing production requirements.
    • Added protection of motors sensors and cables.
    • Overhead boom eliminated for ambient silicone applications for easier installation.
    • Easy to accommodate the HC-1000 Head Compensation
      • Assuring a precise sealant bead position on bowed or out-of-square frames, avoiding infield failures and time-consuming cleanup
      • Overtravel protection eliminates broken nozzles and the associated cleanup and lost production time
      • Hot melt applications have the added benefit of superior hose handling for extended life
      • Unique superior heat control to the nozzle tip for hot melt sealant. (patent applied for)
    • Non-welded frame components produce greater squaring and leveling of surfaces.
    • Under-belly forklift support


    • Maintenance.
      • Free running components equate to less frequent cleaning and preventative maintenance.
      • The linear system has made component changes greatly accessible, simple, and quick.
      • Motor service and belt adjustments are very accessible, simple, straightforward and easy to perform.
      • Lower frictional system leads to less frequent replacement of components.
    • Cost.
      • Modular design and fabrication simplify the building process and lowers list price of comparably configured earlier models
      • Lower operational costs and longer life of components due to less friction.
    • Lead Time.
      • Engineered modularity and simplification cuts production process to half the time.