Datec GmbH Dosier + Automationstechnik

Alte Salzdahlumer Str. 203, 38124 Braunschweig
Germany
Telephone +49 531 26408-0
Fax +49 531 26408-20
info@datec.org

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GIFA 2019 hall map (Hall 17): stand D01

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GIFA 2019 fairground map: Hall 17

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 07  Moulding sand preparation and sand reclamation
  • 07.01  Moulding sand preparation
  • 07.01.05  Measuring and control equipment for moulding sand preparation

Measuring and control equipment for moulding sand preparation

  • 07  Moulding sand preparation and sand reclamation
  • 07.01  Moulding sand preparation
  • 07.01.11  Moulding sand preparation, further equipment

Moulding sand preparation, further equipment

  • 18  Control systems
  • 18.02  Control equipment, automation technology

Control equipment, automation technology

  • 19  Measurement and test technology
  • 19.02  Scales and weighing machines

Scales and weighing machines

  • 19  Measurement and test technology
  • 19.05  Mould and moulding sand testing
  • 19.05.02  Moulding sand testing equipment

Moulding sand testing equipment

Our products

Product category: Moulding sand preparation, further equipment

Mix-cooler water dosing

The cooler water dosing fulfills an essential task in moulding sand circuit. High-temperature moulding sand (50 °C or more) causes a number of problems when it is processed in the moulding plant. The moulding sand dries on the surface and condensation forms in large concentrations on the core surface. These effects result to a large extent in casting defects, which later have to be compensated at considerable time and effort. When using shake-out drums, the return sand has to be cooled down efficiently subsequent to shake-out. A further objective is adequate pre-wetting in order to allow the important maturing process to start during storage in the bunkers. The objective with regard to used sand conditioning in the drum is:

the used sand is required to be cooled uniformly and and moistened uniformly.

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Product category: Scales and weighing machines

Fluid-bed cooler water dosing

High-temperature moulding sand (50 °C or more) causes a number of problems when it is processed in the moulding plant. The moulding sand dries on the surface and condensation forms in large concentrations on the core surface. These effects result to a large extent in casting defects, which later have to be compensated at considerable time and effort. When using shake-out drums, the return sand has to be cooled down efficiently subsequent to shake-out. A further objective is adequate pre-wetting in order to allow the important maturing process to start during storage in the bunkers. The objective with regard to used sand conditioning in the drum is:

the used sand is required to be cooled uniformly and and moistened uniformly.

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Product category: Moulding sand testing equipment

Shake-out drum

Complete separation of sand and iron takes place after shaking out in the drum. Cooling should also take place in the drum. Water must be added moderately, as the final sand and iron separation takes place at the exit to the drum. The sand is discharged through a sieve whilst the castings are carried over it. No measurement equipment can be accommodated in the drum.

Used sand should be cooled as much as possible.

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