We cordially invite you to visit our stand at the GIFA exhibition!
Below you will find information about our booth and our exhibit, a steel mill trumble blast machine.
Please use the following email address for making an appointment with our specialists right now: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or just call +492572-96026-0.
You will find the AGTOS stand in hall 16, booth no. A39. Here you can request an exhibition ticket: email@example.com.
We invite you to stay and spend some time with us. See details and the advantages of our steel mill tumble blast machine MR 550. Furthermore find application examples of other blasting machines, explicitly in use in the foundry industry. On workpieces before and after the blasting process you may see the difference in comparison.
Economically shot blasting of castings
The surface treatment of castings has a decisive influence on the quality of the final products. At the fair GIFA which takes place in Düsseldorf from 25th - 29th June 2019 AGTOS will present a steel mill tumble belt shot blast machine in hall 16, booth A39. This type of machine is used for removal of sand and finishing the surfaces of casted mass products.
Special features bring decisive advantages to the operator. The brackets of the steel mill tumble belt are designed to be particularly wear-resistant. The change intervals extend significantly. The ventilation of the blasting chamber has been designed in a special manner which ensures that the workpieces leave it dust-free immediately after blasting. In this way, the cycle time can be shortened. A longer air outlet is avoided after the blasting process. In addition, the system has comparatively small gaps in the blasting chamber. This prevents jamming of the workpieces and ensures their quality.
In addition, the plants will be equipped with the strong and easy-to-maintain AGTOS high-performance turbines. Even the reliable filter technology is a popular advantage due to the maintenance-friendly design. The exhibition team likes to show the details at the exhibit.
The workpieces are fed to the blasting system by means of a feeding device. A steel caterpillar belt forms a hollow and mixes it. After the machine is closed, the blasting process starts. High-performance turbines installed in the upper part of the blasting room throw the blasting abrasive onto the parts. This way they are removed from the molding sand and blasted. By changing the belt movement in the forward run the workpieces move back from the blasting chamber into grid boxes, or on a discharge belt. After the blasting process, a coating or the dispatch of the workpieces follows.