Roller Conveyor Machines - Continuous processing of long components

Roller Conveyor Machines RRB

Roller Conveyor Machines RRB

Roller conveyor shot blasting machines are mainly used for treating long and/or flat components. The components continuously pass through the "pre" chamber, the blasting chamber, and the cleaning chamber on a special roller conveyor.

 

Highly efficient turbines fixed on the machine housing make it possible to treat the components on all sides.

 

Rösler roller conveyor shot blasting machines are used to remove scale, rust and paint from long and/or flat components.

 

The RRB designed was fitted with our heavy-duty turbine system, which  generates significant operating cost reductions due to faster throughput times, as well as reductions in shot-blasting media consumption and energy requirements.

Cross-rolled manganese stell housing with manganese tiles within the blast zone
RRB 42/6 - preservation line meets the most stringent requirements for cost efficiency and quality
Roller conveyor shot blast systems are used for de-scaling, de-rusting, paint removal, paint preparation of metal sheets, pipes/tubes, I-beams and weldments
Rosler roller conveyor systems are available as stand-alone shot blast machines all the way up to fully automatic preservation lines
Rösler RRB machines combine innovation design with proven machine components
Rösler roller conveyor shot blast systems can easily be expanded to fully automatic preservation (paint) lines
The RRB HD is used for rust removal and descaling of plates.

Blast cleaning of welding constructions RRBK

Blast cleaning of welding constructions RRBK

These special roller conveyor machines for blast cleaning of complex welding constructions where all surfaces are cleaned. For example head- and base-plates, welded ribs and re-enforcements must be de-scaled and de-rusted. And the welding seams must be cleaned.

 

All-around blast cleaning of outer and inner surfaces takes place through 2 “blast zones”. The first "blast zone" consists of equally spaced blast wheels mounted onto the roof and bottom of the blast cabin – with larger machines there are also blast wheels mounted to the cabin walls. The second "blast zone" of blast wheels is placed at a negative angle relative to the direction of the parts transport. The blast pattern created by these two "blast zones" allows all-around blast cleaning of a vertically placed base-plate.

 

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