Rotary Vibrators U shaped bowl with separating unit

  • Rotary vibrators are extremely flexible and versatile mass finishing systems.
  • Applications include:
  • De-burring, grinding,
  • Radiusing, General parts cleaning,
  • De-scaling,
  • De-greasing and polishing of stampings, castings, formed, forged and saw-cut parts as well as machined components.

Principles of vibratory finishing

Vibratory surface finishing takes place in a work bowl placed on coil springs.
The vibratory energy is induced by a special vibratory motor that is mounted in the centre of the bowl.

The vibration creates the typical relative movement of media against the processed parts.

The continuous feeding of water and compound – also known as soap – supports the finishing process and assists in both the cutting action and surface finish.

Vibratory finishing can be used for all metals, many plastics, ceramics, rubber, wood, stone
and glass and can help to achieve a wide range of objectives.

Excellent results can be obtained for highly delicate and small components as well as for
larger mass made and robust components.

 

“U” shaped bottom rotary vibrators are perfect for treating large and bulky as well as delicate parts.
The “U” bottom ensures a perfect immersion of the parts into the media mass and induces rotation to expose all facets to an equal amount of force.

Pneumatically operated unload flap and screening allows the complete evacuation of the components and  separation of media from parts .

The value in the machine would be recognised by a user that can benefit from the pneumatically actuated acoustic lid and discharge flap, for rapid separation screening and discharge.

Rotary Vibrators U shaped bowl with separating unit

  • Rotary vibrators are extremely flexible and versatile mass finishing systems.
  • Applications include:
  • De-burring, grinding,
  • Radiusing, General parts cleaning,
  • De-scaling,
  • De-greasing and polishing of stampings, castings, formed, forged and saw-cut parts as well as machined components.

Principles of vibratory finishing

Vibratory surface finishing takes place in a work bowl placed on coil springs.
The vibratory energy is induced by a special vibratory motor that is mounted in the centre of the bowl.

The vibration creates the typical relative movement of media against the processed parts.

The continuous feeding of water and compound – also known as soap – supports the finishing process and assists in both the cutting action and surface finish.

Vibratory finishing can be used for all metals, many plastics, ceramics, rubber, wood, stone
and glass and can help to achieve a wide range of objectives.

Excellent results can be obtained for highly delicate and small components as well as for
larger mass made and robust components.

 

“U” shaped bottom rotary vibrators are perfect for treating large and bulky as well as delicate parts.
The “U” bottom ensures a perfect immersion of the parts into the media mass and induces rotation to expose all facets to an equal amount of force.

Pneumatically operated unload flap and screening allows the complete evacuation of the components and  separation of media from parts .

The value in the machine would be recognised by a user that can benefit from the pneumatically actuated acoustic lid and discharge flap, for rapid separation screening and discharge.

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Rotary vibrator.