How To Ensure You Get The Maximum Performance Out Of Your Blast Turbine

Rutten “C” and “Y” Blast Wheel Turbines

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The Long-life Rutten has the longest ultimate life expectancy of any, lasting upto 20 times longer than a standard blast wheel or turbine.

This is a highly-engineered blast wheel with exceptionally tight tolerances and built-in specialist superior steel alloys.  Due to the higher value materials and the high specification machining costs of these materials, the initial investment and cost of component wear parts are more highly valued.

However, if maintenance and/or production problems are presently a big issue, the economics of this blast wheel can be demonstrated in ultimately high production speeds and demanding applications.

Least Maintenance And Highest Specifications

Less costs for maintenance up to 16 times higher wear resistance and service life of up to 40,000 operating hours (over 18 years on a single shift).

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The proven Rutten Long-Life turbines, equipped with components made from carbide steel are characterised by their extremely long service life of up to 40,000 operating hours resulting in significantly higher equipment uptimes and drastically reduced time requirements for maintenance.

They offer substantial savings in energy consumption and spare part costs/hour. The blades have a precise design with a high recognition value and in addition allows the “Y” blade to be turned and used twice. Long-Life turbines are installed in a wide range of new shot blast equipment and can be easily retrofitted into existing shot blast machines.

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Polishing of Automotive Wheels

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R 150/2 DL vibratory system with two external motors mounted on processing bowl
R 150/2 DL vibratory system with two external motors mounted on processing bowl

 

Alloy Wheel polishing has been significantly improved by optimising both the processing times and final results. These improvements have been achieved by mounting two motors on the process bowl, providing a stronger and uniform circulation of the grinding and polishing media.

Conventional machines have only a single motor in the centre and on more complex designed alloy wheels, additional machine inertia is desirable.

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