Aluminuim Holding Furance
Aluminuim Melting Furance
These circular vibrators can be applied universally and
are very economic to acquire and maintain.
Features . . .
flat-bottom bowl, ideal for processing delicate
problem-free processing of larger work pieces
because of the large internal height between
work bowl and separation flap.
triangular wedge on outer wall (option).
long screening area for easy separation of
chips and workpieces.
Dual Circuit-Heating or Colling Unit
Trowal continuous vibrators are ideally suited for degreasing when large quantities of parts must be processed. The parts are continually fed into the trowal vibrator at very short cycle times where they are processed in a preset processing time. They leave the machine as they entered: On a continuous basis !
The Trowal machine range includes:
Circlon continuous circular vibrators, type MC, with an extremely long processing channel, suitable for delicate parts.
Linear continuous vibrators, type AV for small and big parts, for aggressive de-burring and radiusing.
Trowal continuous machines are ideal for integration into manufacturing systems with continuous parts-flow
Plunger Lubricants(part 2 of photos)
Plunger Lubricants(part1 of photos)
Single Circuit-Heating or Colling Unit
Trowalpur effluent treatment
WHY EFFLUENT TREATMENT?
After the finishing process the process water contains abrasive and metal fines, frequently also oil and metal in solution.
for this reason the effluent must be cleaned before going to drain or being recycled back to the finishing process
The trowalpur range of effluent treatment systems offers various recycling systems which were specifically designed for different mass finishing processes:
CENTRIFUGAL FILTERS Abraisve and metal fines as well as trapped oil are separated from the proess water by way of centrifugal force and can be removed as solid sludge. The cleaned process water can be recycled to the finishing machine.
Besides the robust, semiautomatic basket centrifuges, type ZM, Trowal also offers fully automatic peeling centrifuges, type ZA, with a capacity of up to 3000 liters per hour.