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Aluminium Rollers

CASE STUDIES
By AHC Oberflächentechnik

The crucial reasons that modern engineering firms work AHC are our qualified technical advice and dedication to quality, not to mention short delivery times, adherence to schedules and reliability.

Our international customers also benefit from our technical advice, even for projects still in the design or planning phases, in which we help find innovative, minimum-cost material combinations and intelligent surface designs for small standard parts, as well as complex components of manufacturing plants. Find selected examples below:

Corrosion protection for aluminium rollers from supple rubber-moulded parts contaminated with chlorine

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The term "supple" describes the degree of the mechanical deformability of a workpiece and distinguishes itself from other terms related terms, such as "elastic" and "rigid". Supple parts include are cables, rubber-moulded parts, textiles, threads, cords, ropes, foils and films or leatherware. These parts are difficult to manage in automated production, especially if corrosive media are used in the treatment.

A well-known manufacturer of special-purpose machines was confronted with just his kind of problem. Supple rubber-moulded parts that were heavily impinged with chlorine following an earlier process had to be fed in the correct position for automated assembly. A pick and feed system with a core made up of aluminium rollers completed this task. The rubber-moulded parts were dispatched onto a vibratory plate and fed under the rotating rollers. Before the rollers, the parts lay random, after the rollers sorted.

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Customer benefit

In this process, the chlorine residues on the rubber-moulded parts corroded the unprotected aluminium rollers. Several different processes were tried to treat the roller surfaces. In the end, the KEPLA-COAT® process by AHC Oberflächentechnik offered the ideal solution.