The MaxImpregSystem is a series of sensors that define optimal blast patterns for surface finishing ldquoproducing the most effective and efficient blasting processrdquo and the measured blast pattern data is evaluated either by a separate electronic evaluation system or the PLC

The Max-Imp®-System is a series of sensors that define optimal blast patterns for surface finishing, “producing the most effective and efficient blasting process,” and the measured blast pattern data is evaluated either by a separate electronic evaluation system or the PLC.

Automatic Blasting Control System

Pneumatically operated sensors define, optimize surface-finishing patterns Mounted at periphery of the “hot spot.” Redefines modernization, new investments Reduces operating, maintenance, replacement costs

The new RÖSLER Max-Imp®-System is a series of sensors that according to the developer guarantees precise and optimal blast patterns for surface finishing, “producing the most effective and efficient blasting process.” The pneumatically operated sensor is mounted at the periphery of the “hot spot.”

The measured blast pattern data is evaluated either by a separate electronic evaluation system or the PLC.

After just 3 to 5 seconds the results can be read on the system’s separate control box or the operator’s panel display.

Rösler is the parent company to Rösler Metal Finishing USA, LLC, which develops and manufactures equipment and  process technology for surface finishing (deburring, descaling, polishing, grinding) of metal parts and other materials.

According to the developer, Max-Imp represents an important process innovation, not only with respect to blasting system equipment modernization, but also as a factor in new capital investments thanks to a series of technical advantages:  investing in a new machine, because it offers exceptionally significant advantages:

It reduces maintenance costs considerably, as time-consuming manual (test plates) blast pattern tests are no longer required.

It significantly reduces operating and lost-production costs, since the analysis can take place as normal production proceeds.

And, it reduces the use of media, spare and wear parts, since the blasting process time is reduced significantly due to the precise justification of the blast pattern, and as such exceptional wear of production equipment is minimized.

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