Rosler Metal Finishing offers a full-color, eight-page brochure showcasing its Rosler Multi-Tumbler (RMT) tumble blast machine.
Well-suited for descaling, rust and paint removal, and general cleaning, Rosler’s RRB roller conveyor shot blast systems are sized to handle metal sheets, pipes/tubes, I-beams, channels and angles.
Rosler’s KS series wet blast machines use a high-volume slurry of abrasive media and water to clean, descale and degrease surfaces in a single operation.
The concept of the wet blasting process in parts cleaning and surface finishing is straightforward enough: combine abrasive media with water to form a special slurry, then add regulated compressed air to control the pressure as it is discharged over a surface.
Rosler Metal Finishing’s R series rotary vibratory bowls offer usable volumes from 1.8 to 30 cu ft and can process a variety of components, from small, delicate parts to large marble slabs.
Rosler’s TSA line of plunge finishers are designed to provide a high-gloss polish as well as aggressive deburring, grinding and radiusing on components with many contours or complex geometries.
Rosler’s R series rotary vibratory bowls are available with usable volumes ranging from 1.8 to 30 cu ft and are suited for processing a variety of components, from small, delicate parts to large marble slabs.
Harold Wagenknecht took over Rosler Metal Finishing USA two years ago and has orchestrated the very successful expansion of its Battle Creek, Mich., campus.
Rosler’s Consumables Brochure showcases the company’s finishing media, compounds and wastewater treatment options, as well as its Total Process Solution.
Rosler’s Capabilities Brochure outlines the company’s mass finishing and shot blasting solutions, including its Total Process Solution.
Rosler Metal Finishing has expanded its Battle Creek, Mich.-facility to consolidate its U.S. knowledge centers and increase its capacity to serve customers throughout North America.
$6 million expansion is expected to bring 50+ new jobs to Battle Creek facility
For complex parts with high surface finish specs, production deburring and surface prep can be done using the drag finishing process whereby the parts to be deburred and finished are mechanically dragged through the media while attached to fixtures—thus preventing the parts from contacting one another.
300,000 sq.ft campus to be dedicated
Rosler Metal Finishing offers more than 8,000 ceramic and plastic media and compounds for virtually any mass finishing application.
Rosler’s Z800 HA semi-automatic centrifuge is designed to extract water from slurries and separate waste materials in mass finishing and wet blasting applications.
Rosler announces their new TSA line of plunge finishers.
Rosler announces their new R-SF line of efficient mini-drag machines.
Flyer features the company's ability for tank relining.
Mass finishing methods for aircraft components
Please visit: Rosler Metal Finishing USA, LLC
1551 Denso Rd.
Battle Creek, MI 49037 US
Rosler, the World's Leader in Surface Finishing
To achieve optimum finishing results, choosing the right media and compound is as important as the selection of the right finishing equipment. Machine, media, compound, and water, all work together to produce a great surface finish.
Mass Finishing (aka Vibratory Finishing) is a mechanical/chemical process applied to improve and finish the surfaces of a wide range of different components. Metal parts are the major field of application; however; mass finishing technologies are also used for surface finishing of other materials including wood, rubber, stone and plastic.
In today's era of global competition, lean manufacturing and tight budgets, automation has become a necessary part of manufacturing processes. It is the best way to keep costs of doing business low and consistent quality levels high. No other company in the world can supply automated solutions for mass finishing and shot blasting like Rosler.