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Wire Mesh Belt Machines

Dec. 21, 2012
Consistent results for flat, dimensional components

ROSLER METAL FINISHING USA LLC offers the RDGE series wire mesh belt machine for complete and continuous blasting treatment of cast metal parts and structures. RDGE machines provide consistent results for both flat and dimensional components.

Machines are configurable with four or eight high-power Hurricane blast turbines, vertically or horizontally mounted around the housing. As such, it is possible to treat components with very complex components - ones with “pockets," intricate designs or difficult to reach areas.

The RDGE’s special belt guiding system makes it possible to lower the turbines to blast only through one belt position — to minimize masking. Plus, a highly wear-resistant wire mesh belt, with tension adjustment, provides reliable part transport.

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