Machines for Thermal Deburring Produces 30-Second Cycles

Workpieces are placed on a closing plate that is hydraulically closed with the deburring chamber.

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Thermal deburring is a chemical reaction where production-related burrs are removed. Workpieces are placed on a closing plate that is hydraulically closed with the deburring chamber. After that, an accurately defined mixture of fuel gas and oxygen is fed into the chamber via the gas metering system that was developed by ATL GmbH.

Because of the subsequent ignition, temperatures of 2,500 to 3,300°C are generated for a short time. This leads, particularly at inaccessible and internal areas, to a complete combustion of all burrs within 20 milliseconds. The complete process runs automatically. A deburring cycle can take as little as 30 seconds.