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4/27/2017 | 1 MINUTE READ

BvL Offers Clean, Burr-Free Parts for Automotive Industry

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BvL’s offers a variety of systems from pre-cleaning, deburring and fine cleaning to drying and cooling.

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The necessity for clean components in the automotive industry requires reliable cleaning technologies. Manufacturer BvL Oberflächentechnik produces suitable cleaning systems tailored to special customer requirements.

The company’s NiagaraDFS basket washing system is designed with high cleanliness requirements in mind. The flood/spray system with revolving wheel technology offers thorough cleaning through rotation of the parts baskets or parts carriers around the horizontal axis. The inline material flow concept shortens ancillary times, significantly reducing cycle times and increasing capacity.

BvL also offers expertise in the field of deburring. For the cleaning of gearbox parts for a large German automotive manufacturer, the Slovenian company LTH Castings invested in the Geyser high pressure deburring system with an integrated industrial robot. The Geyser reliably removes swarf and burrs with a high-pressure water jet through multiple rotating nozzles or single lances which are directed specifically at the critical areas of the component. Short cycle times make the system particularly efficient and suitable for series production.

While the component is deburred, the empty workpiece holders in this special application move through a washing unit integrated into the high-pressure system. The deburred component is positioned on the cleaned workpiece holder, preventing renewed soiling through residue.

Because of its compact design in container form, the high-pressure deburring system can be ideally integrated into the production process. BvL offers all required systems from a single source: from pre-cleaning, deburring and fine cleaning to drying and cooling. 

For more information, visit bvl-group.de.

 

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