Continuous wire mesh belt machine

Blasting system where the abrasive is blasted from nearly all sides reducing the so-called “shadow development” (cover effect) to a minimum.

The working principle is illustrated in Fig. 1 (Wheelabrator), machine examples are shown in Fig. 2 and 3. Thanks to the 4 (expandable to 8) high-performance centrifugal wheels mounted around the cover (vertically and horizontally inclined), even very complex workpieces having pockets or undercuts are comprehensively treated. A highly wear resistant wear link conveyor which was adapted to the structure and the mesh width is used for transporting the parts.

The special belt guide makes it possible that centrifugal wheels only need to blast through one belt position. This machine type was designed especially for flat, thin-wall and breakable parts made of iron or aluminum alloys and ensures transportation without damages through the blasting machine as well as an even pressurization on both sides with a blasting material to avoid part deformation.

Additional references:

Rotary table shot blasting machine
Compressed air blasting
Overhead rail blasting machine
Manipulator blasting machine
Barrel blasting machine

  • Fig. 1: Wire mesh belt blasting machine working principle (scheme), (Wheelabrator)
  • Fig. 2:  RDGE ontinuous wire mesh belt machine, (Rösler Oberflächentechnik GmbH, Untermerzbach)
  • Fig. 3: Wire link conveyor for the illustrated die casting parts which were adapted to the structure and the mesh width, (Rösler Oberflächentechnik GmbH, Untermerzbach)
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