Vibration is a mass chemical-mechanical process, in which the surface quality of the treated parts is improved in an efficient and economical way.
Depending on the objective to be achieved, polishing, deburring, pickling, pickling, degreasing, burnishing, decalaminating, rust protection, super polishing with mirror shine, etc., and depending on the material to be worked with, one process or another will be chosen. The key to the process lies in the perfect combination of abrasive, chemical and vibration equipment selected, for the choice of which our Technical Team will be able to advise you.
In the field of mass surface finishing, the lines of circular vibrators with automatic, pneumatic and manual unloading represent the most efficient response to market demands.
Both the design, the structure and the monolithic tank have been studied using modern means of calculation and testing, as well as the structure, which is made of certified steel, electro-welded and with a structural standardization heat treatment.
The monolithic circular vibro bowl is coated with thick, anti-abrasive, oleophobic and non-stick textured cast polyurethane. The flat tank channel is the first condition for an excellent finish and better production performance.
The separation of the abrasives and the pieces is carried out automatically using suitable grids with holes and rods in the machines with automatic unloading, by means of magnetic extractors or through pneumatic outlets, acting simply and opportunely on the vibrating motor.
The vibrator motor is the heart of the machine and it is oversized, well tested and normally does not require periodic maintenance and greasing.
Vibration adjustment allows fast and perfect work to be achieved thanks to the most versatile and universal system currently available, with the possibility of manual or automatic intervention.
The three-dimensional balance and adjustment of the machine determine a constant homogeneity between the abrasives and the parts to be treated, avoiding abrupt jumps which cause pitting and hardening of the surfaces.
These machines have been designed for the surface finishing of metal parts such as:
- Stainless steel
In particular, they are used for deburring, smoothing, polishing, desanding, etc. parts with plastic, ceramic, ureic, sawdust and wood abrasives.
The duty cycles are indicated each time according to the application, material, size, weight and shape of the parts.
Let our surface finishing consultants advise you to determine the theoretical and practical methods for fine-tuning the work cycles, abrasives and chemicals to be used.