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IMG Baumann Springs RMBC 4.2-HD_V

IMG Baumann Springs RMBC 4.2-HD_V

Rösler’s Tumble Belt Blast Machine Prepares Surfaces Perfectly For Coating

Within short cycle times, the custom-engineered RMBC 4.2-HD produces surfaces that are perfectly prepared for the subsequent coating operation.

Shot blasting is the most common pre-treatment technology to prepare the surface of technical springs for subsequent coating operations. In a newly established manufacturing line for compression springs, this cleaning operation takes place in a Rösler tumble belt blast machine.

Oil carried into the shot blast process is neutralised and, through the media cleaning system, separated from the blast media. The Baumann Springs Ltd., located in Ermenswil, Switzerland, is a global leader in the production of springs and all kinds of stampings.

Baumann Springs specialises in the development and production of custom-engineered products with tight dimensional tolerances and high demands for process stability in the automobile industry, medical engineering and other markets. The products are manufactured in 11 plants in Europe, Asia and North America.

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