Telefonnummer
+49 (0)7181 60696-0
E-Mail Adresse
info@fiss-machines.com
Walther Trowal  
Walter Trowal CB 300 rotary vibratory finishing machine GA2239, used
Walter Trowal CB 300 rotary vibratory finishing machine GA2239, used

Year: 2014, incl. ZM 03-ECO 1 centrifuge

Walther Trowal   2003
Walther Trowal AV 515x55 continuous feed system GA2237, used
Walther Trowal AV 515x55 continuous feed system GA2237, used

Year of construction: 2003, incl. 2x conveyor belt and continuous dryer, for die-cast parts

Rösler   2008
Rösler Z800 centrifuge GA2235, used
Rösler Z800 centrifuge GA2235, used

Year: 2008, power: 5 kW and max. speed: 2850 rpm

Rösler   2007
Rösler LM 750 continuous feed system GA2234, used
Rösler LM 750 continuous feed system GA2234, used

Year: 2002, incl. feed conveyor and dryer, for aluminium or zinc die casting or steel parts

Rösler   2007
Rösler Z800 centrifuge GA2233, used
Rösler Z800 centrifuge GA2233, used

Year: 2007, power: 5 kW and max. speed: 2850 rpm

Rösler   2013
Rösler R 220 C rotary vibratory finishing machine GA2231, used
Rösler R 220 C rotary vibratory finishing machine GA2231, used

Year: 2013, capazcity: 220 l, for die casting parts

Rösler  
Rösler R 2000 1 BT drying tunnel GA2230, used
Rösler R 2000 1 BT drying tunnel GA2230, used

380 V / 50 HZ, for die casting parts

Walther Trowal  
Walter Trowal S7 1 rotary vibratory finishing machine GA2229, used
Walter Trowal S7 1 rotary vibratory finishing machine GA2229, used

for die casting parts

Rotar   2006
ERBA EVP-800 rotary vibratory finishing machine GA2228, used
ERBA EVP-800 rotary vibratory finishing machine GA2228, used

Year: 2006, capazcity: 800 l, for die casting parts

Used vibratory finishing machines and vibratory finishing systems from Rösler, Walther Trowal, Spalek and others

Here you will find used vibratory finishing machines for the chemical-mechanical processing of surfaces (trowalising) of cast, forged or stamped aluminium, zinc, brass and steel parts. Well-known manufacturers are Rösler, Walther Trowal and Spalek.

Surface grindingis a process for the surface treatment of mostly metallic workpieces. The workpieces are placed in a working container together with abrasive bodies(chips, granules) and an additive in aqueous solution (compound). By means of an oscillating or rotating movement, the workpiece and the abrasive are rubbed against each other in such a way that excess material is removed from the edges of the workpiece. The surface appearance, material removal, roughness, deburring can be adjusted or varied as desired by means of a suitable machine and targeted selection of the grinding tools. One can polish, deburr, round edges, degrease, clean, descale, derust or ball burnish with the used vibratory finishing machine.

How is a used vibratory finishing machine constructed?

The construction of a vibratory finishing machineis explained quite quickly: vibratory finishing machines consist of a drum with grinding and polishing stones through which workpieces whose surfaces are to be finished are guided. The workpieces are guided by a steady vibration of the vibratory finishing machine. Some vibratory finishing machines guide the workpieces through the machine with the help of a stirring device. The operating principle in the machine is also simple: the surface of the workpiece continuously grinds along the abrasives and all unwanted unevenness is thus removed. The degree of the sanding result depends on the abrasive and polishing stones used in the sliding sanding machineand the duration of the sanding process. In this way, the process can be controlled quite individually.

What role do the abrasives play in the used vibratory finishing machine?

Hardness and the roughness of the abrasives are decisive for the subsequent sanding result. The smaller, harder and finer the abrasive stones are, the higher the quality of the result. The variety of results that can be achieved with a used vibratory finishing machine range from coarse deburring to exclusive high-gloss polishing. In contrast to manual sanding, machine processing is particularly safe. The abrasive is precisely matched to the result and adapts optimally and completely individually to the contour of the respective workpieces. In this way, deep removal of base material is generally avoided and the results are always uniformly good.

What machining possibilities can a used vibratory finishing machine offer?

  • Polishing & Smoothing: Polishing and smoothing the workpiece surface reduces roughness. The desired surface roughness can be precisely defined and the surface quality of the workpieces is significantly increased.
  • Deburring & Rounding: Burrs on components created during punching, milling, turning or casting are efficiently removed and sharp edges are rounded.
  • Descaling & Cleaning: Temper colours, rust or stubborn dirt on the surface can also be removed effectively.

Used vibratory finishing machines combined with many services from fiss machines

Thanks to our years of experience in the industrial sector, we can get you exactly the used vibratory finishing machine that suits your needs according to your requirements. With our vibratory finishing machines, our professional advice and the many other services are a significant factor in why our customers choose to work with fiss machines.

The used vibratory finishing machines are offered in "as is" condition. Depending on the condition and your budget, you will receive a proposal from us for a recondition or refurbishment.

No suitable vibratory finishing machine available? Always ask us, thanks to our contacts we will help you quickly or offer you brand-new vibratory finishing machines with the processing means (chips) and accessories.

Menu
Advice
Search
Offer
Sprachauswahl-Icon
English