VA20 This type of machine with a container capacity of 18 liters is designed for medium to large batches.
Standard equipment * State-of-the-art technology for the application of super-fine polishing granules * Frame with manual screening system as well as deposit area for polishing media and workpieces * LCD display shows operating hours, rotational speed and process time * Speed control via frequency inverter * Programmable control
Optional equipment. * Dosing pump * Process-controlled paste dosing * Dosing unit with automatic rinsing system and processor-controlled compound dosing * Magnetic separation * Automatic screening system * Equipment for storing additional plastic containers * Cascade containers
Feature: 1.Compact design suit both wet and dry process 2.Process containers with hot molded PU lining 3.The bearing selected the wear resistant ceramic/tungsten alloy ring 4.High quality gap adjusting system 5.Speed control with frequency inverter 6.Automatic water recycling device
Our laboratory services are available to you at no cost. Mass Finishing and determination of Process Capability allows you to use the right media to ensure consistent production capability and built-in reproducibility of your manufacturing processes. We will work with you to determine the best media and the best processes for your parts. This step can result in: * Reduced Cycle Times * Improved RMS Finishes * Reduced Finishing Costs * Access to Latest Technology * R & D for Special Process Media
Mass Finishing describes a mechanical process where large amounts of parts are economically processed to achieve one or several surface improvement functions. These surface improvement functions include: * Cleaning * Deburring * Surface refinement * Inhibiting * Drying
These functions are not independent of each other. It is common to have several or all of these functions take place in a single mass finishing process.
Process Capability is the measured, built-in reproducibility of the product turned out by the process. Such a determination is made using statistical data, not wishful thinking. Statistically determined limits are compared to specification limits to decide if a process can consistently produce acceptable product. Process capability is best established through closely monitored testing and recording of data over a set period of actually production.