The dip tank TB400 is the smallest model in our line of paint stripping systems. It is ideally suited for wheels / light-alloy rims, bicycle and motorcycle frames, painting aids or hooks.
Insulated, double-walled dip tank ("vat-in-vat" system) with insulated top cover, indirect electrical heating, circulating system, and high-quality safety and monitoring technology.
Lifting aid with smooth hoist to lower / raise the racks (sieve basket, hooks, wire mesh crates, or similar) holding the workpieces into / out of the tank. This facilitates loading and unloading at a comfortable height, and without any direct contact with the chemicals.
Lifting aid with smooth hoist to lower / raise the racks (sieve basket, hooks, wire mesh crates, or similar) holding the workpieces into / out of the tank.
This facilitates loading and unloading at a comfortable height, and without any direct contact with the chemicals.
Scalable system, consisting of paint stripping, rinsing, conveyance of the workpieces, and (optional) vacuuming.
Multitank systems can be manufactured on the basis of the TB400 or the TB1000.
The basic unit is a system consisting of 1 paint stripping tank, 1 rinsing tank, drip station, semi-automatic conveyance system, and vacuum (optional).
On this basis, we can design systems with various different paint stripping tanks (e.g., for different kinds of paint stripping agents), with one or several rinsing tanks, and (optionally) vacuuming for connection to the customer's waste gas disposal system.
Suitable for water-based paint strippers with operating temperatures of up to 90 °C.
Modular design for the highest level of safety and (if needed) customization to the desired height of the spraying chamber. Electronics and paint stripping agent tank in separate "technical module."
Uniform coating of the workpieces through the use of a nozzle system in the spraying chamber, consisting of needle-nose jet nozzles and flat-jet nozzles and a rotatable cage for the workpieces.
High loading capacity by virtue of the cage diameter of 1500 mm and effective interior height of 2100 mm; max. cage load: 750 kg.
Stripping agent tank: 1000 liters for long effective life of the medium, indirect electrical heating.
All parts coming into contact with the media are made of stainless steel.
Easy operation with clearly arranged displays and operating controls. High-quality Siemens control for monitoring the paint stripping process.
SMiTO TECHNIC is highly specialized in the field of paint removal technology and thus able to design and develop individual systems exactly tailored to your specific paint stripping tasks.
Wherever our standard systems do not match your needs, we can develop creative solutions for the most-varied of requirements. In doing so, we attach special importance to plant safety and high quality.
• Short mixing time
• Extremely high mixing quality
• Batches with repeatable and scalable results
• Mixing ratio 1/100.000
• Coefficient of variation (CV): ≤ 3 %
• Low maintenance
• Functional design for installation in R&D area
• Batch size: 1,4 / 3 / 7 / 20 liters (net)
• Cylindrical mixing chamber
• MIxing tools: ploughshare / ploughshare with toothed design / Mix Paddle / Mix Paddle with toothed design
• Material of costruction: AISI 304 / AISI 316 / AISI 316Ti
• Discharge door with round profile, building the bottom side of the mixing chamber
• Front side inspection door complete with safety electric lock
• Electric control panel with inverter for speed variation of the main rotor shaft
• Internal finishing with roughness Ra 0.5-0.8 µm
Homogenizing large tank volumes, mixing-in additives during the production of lubrication oil and suspending solids in a liquid phase are typical applications for the pneumatic pulse-mixing technology of PULSAIR. The process, patented worldwide, is based on an injection of an adjustable pressure pulse underneath an accumulator plate, installed on the bottom of the mixing tank. The injected pressurized air forms a big air bubble, soaring within the tank and displacing the surrounding liquid. Meanwhile negative pressure is generated underneath the bubble, sucking the surrounding material. This produces in the tank a vertical flow directed upwards, adjustable according to the requirements by varying the pulse length and the pulse duration.
Contrary to mechanical agitators the height of the tank is very marginal. No moving parts or shaft bearings are in the tank.