52041 Badia Al Pino
Arezzo - Italy
The plant is entirely built in stainless steel AISI 316. It can reducing the usual time of about 50% compared to static methods. The solution is electrically heated by means of three monotube resistors, with power supply of 1500 watt each, and controlled by a temperature regulator.
The plant is built entirely in self-extinguishing polypropilene sheets. It can hollow out 30 Kg of articles simultaneously, reducing hollowing time by 50% compared to static methods.
The plant has a capacity from about 100 to 140 Lts of acid solution.
The machine is built out of stainless steel and is fitted with a condenser coil for fumes produced by the solvents..
The tanks are heated by electrical resistances regulated by thermostats, fitted externally at the bottom of the tank, and insulated by internal panelling.
The solution is electrically heated and controlled by a temperature regulator. The plant is composed of a polypropylene hood,with relative suction fan, containing one electric heater, one reactor with relative condenser in pyrex glass.
This machine is used to apply castor oil and trichloroethylene mixture to the chains. It ensure a uniform distribution of castor oil on the chain and consequently a uniform application of soldering powder. The trichloroethylene vapours are trapped by means of a suction fan.
The equipment pickles and removes investment from the surface of casted pieces.
The internal spool of the octagonal barrel, being hexagonal in shape, can hold up to 2 skeins , also allowing the chains to stay looser than if it was round. This means that removal of excess powder is easier.
Two barrels contain soldering powder whereas the third contains talc. The rotating and revolving movement of the spools starts slowly, reaches maximum speed and then slowly stops.
The automatic inversion of the direction of rotation can be carried out every 2,3,4 and up to 14 turns.
The hood is used to manually apply the soldering powder to the chains and to remove from them, by means of talcum powder, the excess of soldering powder.