Stay In The Know With Parts Separating Equipment
Parts separating equipment for the wide variety of tumbling media are designed to separate the media and their parts after tumbling. These systems not only save time, they save costs by eliminating the need to manually separate tumbling media.
Designed to separate parts quickly, this equipment has multiple screen openings that are available for sorting. Options for your screen are carbon steel, stainless steel, plastic, and screens that are coated.
There are also a variety of separators. While tubular and flat separators are the norm, you can get customized ones. You also have options for wet separation.
Manual vs. Rotary
Though manual parts separating equipment can get the job done, rotary equipment efficiently and more quickly separates media and parts. Pan sizes can be customized for manual separators to match processing requirements. However, they can’t rotate, which forces the media and parts to turn over and empty them from part recesses.
This is what rotary parts separating equipment does, and it allows for a complete and rapid separation of parts and media. Furthermore, its adjustable legs enable control over residence time and the casters provide mobility to be used with multiple tumblers. As for the screen choices, multiple sizes and styles are available for separating systems.
These two pieces of equipment essentially perform the same task, but they vary in price and speed. Though rotary parts separating equipment is more expensive, you should compare the price to the number of man-hours you will save with it. Depending on how big your jobs are, how many people you have on hand, and how often you are getting new jobs, you will be able to calculate how much a rotary separator will save you money in the end.
Reach out to the experts at Kramer Industries to learn more about our available equipment and parts. Whether you’re looking to purchase parts separating equipment yourself, or need to outsource a project, we’re the ones to call.