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D 110 Laser cleaning of vulcanizing tools and moulds ( Date: 2004-06-16 ) (Company: Vulcanising company)
Vulcanising tools and moulds made of steel, cast iron and alu are cleaned manually from vulcanising residue and release agents by a solid-state laser; thereafter repair, storing and renewed use
 


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Material:

Vulcanising tools and moulds (made of steel, aluminium and could have also chromium and titanium-nitride plated parts)
METAL / NON METAL : steel, aluminium, chromium, titanium alloys
Shape : smooth surfaces, hollow spaces, a complicated geometry, a simple geometry
Utilisation of equipment (throughput,workload) in % : 0,10
Maximum possible throughput of parts per year : No statement
Max. area which can be cleaned per year : No statement

Dirt:

Release agents, Vulcanizing residue
Previous process : Vulcanising

Equipment:

CL 120 Q
Solid-state laser (120 W) with a glass fibre feed for the manually operated optical tool; can also be fixed in automatic machines (also in 500 W available)

Process:

Multitask equipment,Central cleaning station,Laser cleaning

Cleaning with a handheld solid-state laser optic, no agents

Duration of cleaning process for one part (min.) : 25.00
Duration of cleaning process for the charge (min.) : No statement
Recycling : Step:1 A cleaning agent is not needed, from this side is no waste produced. The dirt is evaporated by the high light energy, is caught to a lesser extent in the filters and goes mainly into the air.

Quality:

free of oil and grease, dry

A clean surface is shown by optical (reflexion) and acoustic (no crackling) signals

Subsequent process:

Repair, maintenance

Costs:

Total sum : 9.252,60 EURO / Year


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