We have developed the conventional multi-chamber system further in order to meet the constantly rising demands to shorter process times: Rotary transfer systems (RT) combine innovative technology with efficient cleaning.
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Fully functional even when individual chambers are deactivated
Area of use
Our RT series integrates robot systems for loading and unloading as well as deburring. This ensures a cutting-edge cleaning process, enabling us to clean even workpieces with difficult geometries and subject to the strictest cleanliness requirements. This system with state-of-the-art technology in robotics and mechanical engineering ensures the highest possible machine utilisation. It can be integrated into any production chain easily.
The individual treatment chambers are arranged on a rotating turntable. The number of chambers depends on the number of treatment steps required for the best cleaning results. Treatment steps may include low-pressure cleaning, high-pressure deburring, rinsing, flooding, and vacuum and/or hot-air drying.
Even strictly mechanical processing methods, such as brush cleaning or brush deburring, are possible. Where necessary, an additional cooling tunnel can be added in the downstream outlet for re-cooling the cleaned workpieces.
The workpieces are typically loaded and unloaded in the same place. The high-accuracy positioning leads to a preference for a robot or another automation solution (e.g. portal) here. The goods to be cleaned are automatically fixed in a workpiece carrier inside the chamber when loading. From there, it passes through the individual stations in cycles.
The cleaning process is run with the chamber closed. High-pressure cleaning takes place by means of high-pressure nozzles installed either in the chamber or on a robot arm. They are supplied by a high-pressure pump. The pressure is adapted to the component. The robot-supported high-pressure nozzle targets the workpiece specifically to permit a dust-free finish after cleaning. The option of moving the workpiece (e.g. by rotating, swivelling, positioning, etc.) and/or the robot arm allows three-dimensional tracing of the workpiece contours. Targeted drilling is possible, for example.
Selection of a suitable drying process depends on the workpiece and the required final condition. All process media used in the system are filtered and returned into the circuit. Filtration is adjusted to the cleanliness requirements.