Cryogenic media-blast deflashing

AWS 08

The AWS 08 is optimised for the economical cryogenic deflashing of batch volumes of up to 10 litres. As a result, it obtains optimal media-blasting results on a wide range of moulded part geometries. Thanks to the media-blasting angle adjustment, patent pending, it is possible to flexibly employ the machine in two operating modes. In addition, frames for holding moulded parts or special components can be installed in the media-blasting areas in both media-blasting variants. For cryogenic deflashing the AWS 08 particularly excels with small batches thanks to its speed, clean media-blasting results and its operating efficiency, as well as its flexibility in horizontal and vertical media-blasting operation. Another advantage for the deep cold deflashing is the flexibility in the horizontal and vertical media-blasting operation.

One machine, two operating modes

Horizontal media-blasting operation

  • Horizontal, closed removable basket (wire mesh cylinder)
  • Gentle media-blasting process in closed basket system
  • Optimal circulation of the components

Vertical media-blasting operation

  • Vertical open removable basket (perforated basket)
  • High performance media-blasting with optimal blasting pattern
  • Adjustment of the media-blasting angle to the fill level

The standard features of the AWS 08

Processing drum
> Removable basket with selectable perforation

Flywheel
> Speed 1,000 – 10,000 rpm
> Blasting media launch speed up to 104 m/sec
> Active media-blasting angle adjustment

Controls
> Siemens S7-1500 with KP 700 Comfort button panel

Dust extraction exhaust system
> Integrated, isolated 2-stage cyclone dust extraction

Moulded part cooling
> Temperatures as low as -150 °C

Insulation
> 120 mm thick insulation cell
> 60 mm thick machine enclosure

Granulat conveying
> Steplessly adjustable vertical screw conveyor

Data Management (LAN, USB)
> External protection of the formulas
> Complete batch documentation

Technical details for the AWS 08

Technical Details
  • Insulation: media-blasting area made from stainless steel cell with 120 mm PU foam insulation;
    additional machine enclosure with 60 mm Styrodur insulation
  • Access doors: left and right
  • Controls: Siemens S7-1500 with KP 700 Comfort button panel incl. barcode reader
  • Control cabinet positioning: as a unit with machines on floor palettes back right
  • Process documentation: data management via LAN and/or USB
  • Batch volumes: up to 10 litres
  • Basket volumes: vertical 24 litres // horizontal 22 litres
  • Basket geometry: vertical 8-sided // horizontal cylindrical
  • Basket speed: 8 – 50 rpm
  • Flywheel speed: 1,000 – 10,000 rpm
  • Blasting media launch speed: up to 104 m/sec
  • Blasting media: 0.3 – 1.5 mm polycarbonate
  • Blasting media supply: steplessly adjustable vertical spiral conveyor
  • Feeding door: manually operated
  • Dust extraction: integrated, isolated 2-stage cyclone dust extraction with service doors
  • Seals: low-wear metal alloy / special door seal
  • Compressed air supply: not required
  • Heat output: 300 Watts
  • Article memory: 4,000 items
  • Temperature regulation: PID regulator down to -150 °C
  • Construction: solid base plate incl. forklift slots
  • Weight: approx. 1,000 kg
  • Dimensions: 2,100 W x 1,100 D x 2,100 H
  • Electrical connection: 400/230/24 V/50 Hz/N/PE/3Ph/16A
  • Nitrogen input: 1/2“, 4.5 bar
  • Exhaust: DN 100
Engineering drawing
Data management

Simple and secure data handling with integrated USB and LAN interfaces. Formulas can be called up simply and securely using the barcode reader.

Active media-blasting angle adjustment

The entire processing area can be media-blasted thanks to the active media-blasting angle adjustment, patent pending.

Quick-change basket system

With the quick-change basket system for horizontal and vertical operation, baskets with freely selectable perforations / mesh widths are available. The media-blasting basket is mounted manually into the media-blasting system and is filled and emptied outside the machine. Set-up times can be minimised using additional baskets. Alternative receiving frames or basket structures are possible.