Casting cooling

Optimum blasting performance is heavily dependent on the temperature of the casting parts. Parts that haven’t been sufficiently cooled can have a detrimental impact on the blasting process.

That makes it all the more important to know the customer’s precise production conditions and adapt the casting cooling to suit these as far as is possible.

Our casting coolers have been in long-term use for no less than two decades in plants run by satisfied customers.

Cooling air is blown into the cooler at very high speeds to ensure a continuous cooling process.
What’s more, instead of generating this current of air using a vacuum from the suction system, ambient air is “actively” blown in by fans.
This generates convection cooling, which is optimized by our specially developed air nozzle concept.

Our casting coolers are based on the resonance principle and incorporate vibration damping. That means dynamic forces in the base are very low, which is especially important when several vibration machines have been installed in one place or workstations are nearby. An optional water spraying unit can be installed to boost cooling capacity. In such cases, infrared cameras are used to monitor the temperature of castings, which are sprayed with water as necessary.

Drive is provided by a slider-crank drive with V-belt transmission.
Travel speed can be regulated steplessly via a frequency inverter.

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