Guyson presents its RB-9, robotic blasting systems using a high-performance model 75/12 media cyclone.
This machine is equipped with a FANUC M10iA six-axis robot protected with a Guyson custom Hypalon robot suit. The suit is designed around each specific movement of the robot minimizing the possibility of faults resulting from the suit.
In the cabinet, the part is held by Guyson’s custom designed fixture. Ensuring the part is mounted for a direct blast in the right sections, the system also includes a continuous servo for rotation of parts.
The company’s cyclone reclaimers are lined with high durometor urethane, providing maximum abrasive resistance. The longer cone design creates a high-velocity separation of fines and fractured media from reusable material.
Fine-tuning vents on the cyclone enable adjustments for maximum separation efficiency, as well as a tuning vortex for media grit size adjustments. According to the company, the system features a high-efficiency Guyson model D- 2000 dust collector for particles of 0.5 micron and above.
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