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5/17/2017

Guyson Completes Custom Grab Bar Peening Machine

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Guyson completed a custom grab bar peening machine for the commercial restroom industry equipped with a 100" linear actuator with encoder to blast parts up to 105". The part enters the cabinet and is rotated at high velocity while four pressure nozzles blast the part to create a selective etch.

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Guyson completed a custom grab bar peening machine for the commercial restroom industry equipped with a 100" linear actuator with encoder to blast parts up to 105". The part enters the cabinet and is rotated at high velocity while four pressure nozzles blast the part to create a selective etch.

The reclaim system is equipped with the company’s 300/28 model cyclone separator with 6.5 ft.3 pressure media delivery. The cyclone reclamator provides media separation, constant downward flow of shop air enabling good visibility designed to reduce the possibility of particle contamination. Guyson’s D-2000 dust collection system was selected to balance the reclaim and ensure negative pressure in the finishing enclosure.

For more information, visit guyson.com.

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