Continuous Part Cleaning for Small Spaces

Continuous Part Cleaning for Small Spaces

Versatile installation for blasting a wide range of part sizes and shapes

Castings are presented on removable, rotating trees with a 185-lb. capacity that face two 7.5-HP blast wheels. Operators can control the abrasive pattern to achieve the highest percentage of shot impact on the work.

VIKING BLAST & WASH SYSTEMS recently made available its new SH1545 indexing spinner hanger. This machine is a versatile installation for blasting a wide range of part sizes and shapes on a continuous basis. It removes scale, flashing, corrosion, rust and paint by continuously indexing two work envelopes, 15-in. diameter × 45-in. high work on a continuous basis. As the chambers rotate, one compartment is being blasted while the other chamber is being loaded with parts without the need to shut down the machine.

Parts are presented on removable, manganese rotating parts trees with a 185-lb. capacity that expose the parts to the two, 7.5-HP VC9 blast wheels. An adjustable control cage in the wheel allows operators to control the abrasive pattern, to achieve the highest percentage of shot impact on the work. Viking Blast & Wash Systems ensures the machine is rugged and durable with each blast chamber constructed of manganese chrome-alloy steel and lined with 0.25-in. manganese alloy liners that protect the cabinet from abrasive wear, ensuring long life and low maintenance requirements. Safety light curtains protect operators from the rotating drum.

The SH 1545 also uses a heavy-duty abrasive recycling system with an air-wash separator that cleans the abrasive prior to blasting.

Auxiliary hoppers and low-level sensors are available for maintaining proper abrasive levels. Other optional features are offered to increase productivity while establishing the best cleaning process for individual plants and/or applications. Custom engineering service is available also.

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