Rotary Spindle & Table Blast Systems (RSB)

Rotary Spindle & Table Blast Systems (RSB)

Rotary spindle automated blast cabinets for components loaded by hand or by a robot.

Guyson International offers the Rotary Spindle Blast (RSB) as a first step on the automation ladder. Rotating components in front of fixed or moving blast guns and nozzles produce a quality of surface finish coupled with high productivity, which just cannot be achieved with manual sandblasting cabinets. The Guyson Multiblast® RSB machine delivers consistent and effective finishing results that add value to your components.

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Product Details

The Guyson Multiblast RSB is equipped with a single rotary work spindle (or table rotating on the spindle) on which the component is placed, usually in a specially designed fixture. The machine can be either loaded by hand or robot.

Guyson Multiblast RSBGuyson Multiblast RSB automated shot blasting machines can be specified as either suction or pressure fed system and usually is complemented with cyclone separator and dust collector - in an appropriate size, depending on the application.

The RSB model has recently been upgraded and now incorporates roof-mounted servo drives to provide saturation coverage from the attached blast guns across the entire rotating table; allowing full blast coverage to multiple components positioned on the table.

For optimum component blast coverage, the machine can be provided with either horizontal or vertical servo driven gun drives. Both provide 500 mm of precise traversing travel, either across the turntable for full saturation coverage or vertically stroking (up and down) taller components to provide uniform coverage, whilst the part rotates on the turntable.

As standard, the Multiblast RSB comes with two Guyson Model 900 guns, each with its own individual pressure regulator, allowing optimum blast coverage of components on the table. This number can be increased to a maximum of eight guns if the blast application necessitates.

Prospective users of Guyson automated blasting systems are encouraged to submit sample components for free feasibility testing in the company’s extensive Component Finishing Centre at Skipton, England. Contact Guyson now - see contact details at the bottom of this page.

Typical applications for Guyson automated blast cabinets

  • Shot peening turbine blade roots
  • Deburring and surface preparation of turbochargers
  • Aerospace MRO
  • Peening of precision gears for the aircraft industry
  • Surface preparation of seal rings
  • Surface preparation of medical implants (hips, knees)
  • Etching steering arms prior to bonding.
  • Preparation of tooling prior to PVD coating

Got an automated blasting problem and want to talk it through with someone?

Call Guyson now on 01756 799911 and one of our experienced sales engineers will come out and talk through your problem, take away samples, process them for free and get back to you with a recommended course of action.

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