Cool die scrap, cast parts, and other material in a water quench conveyor.
Cool parts and metal scrap in a water quench conveyor, where air cooling is not sufficient or practical. Liquid-tight conveyors for die cast, heat transfer, parts cooling and coating operations.
Quench conveyors are excellent for applications where air cooling is not sufficient or practical. Choose from a complete line of liquid-tight scrap material conveyors for your die cast, heated metal handling, parts cooling or coating operation. A water quench conveyor can greatly improve upon your scrap handling systems applications when air cooling is not sufficient or practical for your operation.
A water quench conveyor can greatly improve upon your scrap handling systems applications when air cooling is not sufficient or practical for your operation. Features of this system include:
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Product Brochure: Quench Conveyor
Improving conveyor operations is one way foundry managers have reduced cycle times, raised productivity, decreased downtime, and improved workplace safety. Notwithstanding, not all conveyors are engineered to deliver equal performance. Following are three aspects of conveyor design, construction, and capabilities that metalcasting operations should consider when pursuing conveyance enhancements. 1. Impact on productivity, efficiency. Without question, automated material handling equipment […]
Proven to Raise Productivity Up To 60%Documented Results Achieved by PRAB Customers Enhanced Productivity Downtime Before PRAB: 3-4 hours Downtime After PRAB: 2 minutes Safer Workplace “Our process of disposing metal scrap has become more ergonomic and safer.” – Jack Rovan, Martin-Baker Long Lasting Equipment: Conveyors Still Operating in the Field […]
When choosing the right conveyor to manage metal scrap, maintenance and technology should heavily influence the decision—to increase the conveyor life and reduce maintenance issues. One of these maintenance issues is belt tension. From the time of installation, the belt stretches the longer it runs, creating slack and wear issues. Typically belts also must be visually checked for wear and […]