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Ultraseal’s R-FL-Duplex+ Machine Sparks Interest in Casting Impregnation


ULTRASEAL公司的R-FL-DUPLEX+ 设备引发行业对铸件浸渗的热切关注 Ultraseal International will explain how casting impreg-


nation will be transformed by its ground-breaking R-FL- Duplex+ machine, ideally suited to single part processing, when it exhibits at Euroguss 2016 at Nuremberg, Germany, from January 12-14. With its two-stage process, flexible modular design and


small factory footprint, the machine attracted great interest from diecasters, automotive OEMs and suppliers when it was unveiled earlier this year at GIFA 2015. Visitors there were impressed with the flexibility of the modular machine that can be scaled up to achieve a throughput of 45 cycles an hour simply by adding extra “hot cure”modules to suit requirements. Fully automated, the R-FL-Duplex+ eliminates all manual handling of parts and therefore requires no operators, making the casting impregnation process easier than ever before. Simple to integrate into a modern production line, it is


especially suited to single part processing of components such as automotive engine blocks, but multi-part processing is also possible with adjustments. Te machine builds on Ultraseal’s pedigree as the pioneer of recycling sealant technology that uses less chemicals, less


Ultraseal International公司将在1月12至14日在德 国纽伦堡举办的Euroguss 2016上展出其独创的R-FL- Duplex+设备,该设备转变铸件浸渗工艺,非常适合单 一部件的处理。


因其两级处理,并且具有灵活模块化设计以及适用 于小工厂的特点,早在今年2015年GIFA展示时,该设 备吸引了压铸企业、汽车OEM制造商和供应商的高度 关注。


现场的参观者对设备柔性的模块化设计印象深刻,仅 仅通过增加满足要求的的“热处理”模块扩大产能,以 实现每小时45次循环的产量。


R-FL-Duplex+是全自动操作,不需要人工处理部 件,因此不需要操作员,这使得铸件浸渗工艺比以前容 易得多。


该设备适用于汽车发动机缸体等部件的单件处理,只 需简单地将其集成到现代化生产线上即可,但是经过调 整,也可实现多部件的处理。


该设备基于Ultraseal公司回收密封剂先进的技术,


The R-FL-Duplex+ eliminates all manual handling of parts.


R-FL-Duplex+是全自动操作,不需要人工处理部件 78 | FOUNDRY-PLANET.COM | MODERN CASTING | CHINA FOUNDRY ASSOCIATION December 2015


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