RHBE-F spinner hanger blast machines equipped with Gamma 400G turbines offer excellent shot blasting results and overhead rail systems for the foundry industry and others.
Rosler offers flexibility and reliability for the forge and foundry industries with its RHBE spinner hanger blast machines. Known as the foundry version, the RHBE-F model is a highly flexible shot blasting system with an extra sturdy design engineered for the harsh operating conditions in foundries.
The RHBE-F is equipped with Gamma 400G turbine blades to offer short cycle times and excellent results. It can be used for many applications, including descaling, rust removal, and blast cleaning. For de-sanding, special filter cartridges are available.
Equipped with overhead rail systems, these shot blasting units are recommended for the treatment of sensitive parts that cannot be tumbled in bulk loads and for particularly complex, heavy, or large parts.
RHBE-F machines offer effective shot blasting and efficiency thanks to:
- Easily accessible loading and unloading areas.
- Batch processing with 100% batch integrity.
- Sophisticated dust extraction systems.
- Overlapping, easily removable wear liners.
- Minimal maintenance costs.
- High system availability.
Parts are mounted on a hook and transported into the blasting chamber. The simultaneous rotating and oscillating movement of the hook ensures that the blasting media, accelerated by the multiple turbines, reaches every component, providing the best possible uniform blasting result.
Rosler overhead rail units are very versatile, and their compact design requires minimum floor space.
RHBE-F machines can be equipped with two, three, or four Gamma 400G blades each, magnetic separators, pneumatic doors, and vibratory conveyors come standard. Blast chamber walls are .4 in (10 mm) thick manganese steel walls with an additional .4 or 1 inch (10 or 25 mm) thickness of wear plates added on the ceiling and opposite the turbines.
These models can accommodate work pieces weighing up to 5.5 tons (5,000 kg), 11 ft (3 m) in length, and 2.5 ft (0.8 m) high.
For additional configuration and capacity information, view pages 12-15 of Rosler's Forge & Foundry Industry brochure.
For more information or to design an RHBE to your exact specifications, contact us.
With more than 80 years of experience in the surface finishing industry, we are confident that we can deliver a solution for your process.
BLOG: Forge & Foundry, Part 3 – Shot Blasting & Sand Castings
The third in a 12-part series, our latest blog posts explores the specific safety and processing concerns of sand castings.
This form of casting is used to create approximately 60 percent of all metal castings. Tailored shot blasting applications help remove sand and prepare work pieces for safe, subsequent processing.
Learn more in the full blog post.
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Future posts in the series will include:
- Part 4 – Selecting a Shot Blasting Machine for Sand Castings.
- Part 5 – Cleaning Features & Dust Precautions for Sand Castings.
- Part 6 – Selecting a Shot Blasting Machine for Die Castings.
- Part 7 – Selecting a Shot Blasting Machine for Forgings, Non-Sand Castings, and Powdered Metal Components.
- Part 8 – Frequently Used Shot Blasting Machines for Sand Castings.
- Part 9 – Frequently Used Shot Blasting Machines for Forgings, Non-Sand Castings, and Powdered Metal Components.
- Part 10 – Shot Blasting Machines Commonly Used for Die Castings.
- Part 11 – Top Mass Finishing machines for Cleaning Die Castings.
- Part 12 – Media and Compound Selection, Effluent Handling Drive Success