SLAGGRINDING - DESLAGGING HEAVY THERMAL BURRS
During plasma or gas cutting, strong melting often occurs, with the molten metal sagging on the beam-exit side. In the plasma and flame cutting, the edge of the workpiece will produce slag and flash, and this can be quickly cleaned with very abrasive material or with even heavy slag removal hammers. This so-called slag occurs both on the inner and outer contours of the workpiece and must be removed for economical further processing.
The best, easiest and most economical method is knocking it off using a slag hammer brush made up of multiple flexibly mounted pins. Slag can also be removed by grinding with a soft contact roller and an agressive abbrasive belt.
CASTING FLASH REMOVAL
During casting, melted metal often escape from the mould, with the molten metal sagging on the closure and exit side. This so-called flash occurs on the inner and outer contours of the workpiece and must be removed for economical further processing.
When the workpiece allow it in form and size, the best, easiest and most economical method is knocking it off using a slag hammer brush made up of multiple flexibly mounted pins. Slag can also be removed easily by grinding with a soft contact roller and an agressive abbrasive belt.
Castings require all kinds of work prior to their next process, cleaning of flash, preparation of a reference face, dressing of weld seams, or just burr removal we have the machinery.
First choice : H-unit or C-unit with hammer-pin chain links
Second choice : R-unit or T-unit with heavy abbrasive belt
LASER OXIDE EDGE REMOVAL
DEBURRING & EDGE RADIUSSING – FLAT MATERIAL
Why deburr and edge rounding? Apart from the advantages of not cutting your staff and customers, and making the parts fit as the designer intended, a rounded edge ensures even paint coverage thus preventing breakdown of the paint coating on the corners. We have machinery to just break the edge right through to a quantifiable chamfer or radius in excess of 2mm if that’s what’s required
DEBURRING & EDGE RADIUSSING – CLAD MATERIAL
Metal often comes with a protective coating: plastic, galvanising, Zintec and in the aerospace industry, aluclad. Having gone to the cost of buying material with the coating, the deburring and radiussing wouldn’t be much use if it stripped it off. Some of our machines don’t! And they still deburr and radius evenly and controllably.
DEBURRING UPSTANDS & PRISMATIC PARTS
With our advanced and controllable technology we can even tackle up-forms, prismatic parts, louvres and pushouts without damaging surrounding areas. All evenly deburred and radiussed to your specifications.
First Choise : G-unit
Second choice : D-unit and C-unit
Fabrications are put together often with nicely finished stainless steel. They get scratched and disfigured with weld spatter as a result to say nothing of the mismatched grain direction, heat affected zone staining and lumpiness of the welds themselves. We have the solutions to clean up surfaces, match the grain you have, orientate the grain in the direction you want and blend the weld seamlessly into the surrounding surfaces. Manually or automatically.