The Deburrer STDH removes burr on billets and slabs that result from torch cutting at rate of 98%. Slab speed can be up to 0.5 m/sec.
Working Principle Of The Deburrer
A heavy, rotating, shaft that holds an arrangement of impact hammers runs over the whole width of the roller table. This "hammer mill" is driven via a cardan shaft that connects it with the motor. That shaft can be lifted via hydraulic cylinders at both ends in order to be aligned to the slab position.
Burr Removal Procedure
After the approaching hot slab is detected on the roller table, the slab enters into the deburrer at full roller table speed.At this stage the hammer mill is rotating in the lifted position in order to mill off the burr on the front edge of the slab. After this working step the shaft stops its rotation and goes down under the moving slab.When the rear end of the slab approaches, the operation starts again, but it rotates in the opposite direction and is lifted in order to mill off the burr on the tail edge.Finally the burr remover is lowered into waiting position and the rotation stops.A new working cycle starts upon the detection of the next slab.
STANGL TECHNIK has acquired a reputation as designer and manufacturer of tailor made facilities for continuous casters. During the years some machines became a standard, other machines still change from customer to customer.
If you have an application and need a special solution for your problem please do not hasitate to contact us.
STANGL TECHNIK relies on the technical expertise of Mr. Kurt Stangl who since 1982 is well known as the inventor of numerous innovations in the field of marking technology. Kurt Stangl is the inventor of the Digital Stamping technology. He has also developed continuous stamping with changeable characters especially for railway rails.
Based on this experience, our products are constantly being improved.