With few exceptions, mass finishing processes require the addition of water and compounds to produce the desired results. That means finished work pieces discharged from the finishing machine are wet.
Since possible corrosion or problems with subsequent manufacturing steps are possible, the finished work pieces must undergo a drying operation. While not as complex as the mass finishing process itself, drying nevertheless requires careful consideration to ensure that the work pieces are completely dry and free of any water or dirt spots.
Rosler has extensive experience developing dryers for a wide range of work pieces and the expertise to assist with process parameters and settings.
Work Piece-Based Machine Settings
Machine settings for speed and temperature must be matched to the work pieces and their surface condition to ensure the lowest possible energy use to complete the task.Continue reading Hot Air and Media-Based Systems Offer Drying Options for Mass Finishing