For small workpieces it is best to use the immersion technique, even if it is also possible to use the spray technique in particular cases. Process lines can be both automatic and manual.POSEIDON COMPACT TGL SHELL
Manual plants are manufactured on specific customer requests, with very small or very large tanks. Our many years of experience allows us to give the best advice, after analysing the needs and working conditions. When the manual plant is fitted with a large tank, it is equipped with ALL THE NECESSARY SAFETY DEVICES REQUIRED FOR AUTHORISATION AND THE MANAGEMENT OF EMERGENCY SITUATIONS.
FOR AUTOMATIC PLANTS THE TANKS ARE SERVED by one or more OVERHEAD CRANES controlled by a PLC that automatically move the components to be treated in accordance with the chosen work cycle.
A cycle archive is made available, containing the main possible work sequences: the plant can be reprogrammed according to specific processes, without the need for a programmer.
Our plants can be equipped with remote assistance, a production data archive, bar codes and can be interfaced with the customer's information system in a 4.0 perspective.
The alternative to manual pickling is the spray technique, which is an excellent solution for processing large-sized or difficult-to-transport workpieces.
When used instead of immersion it is unrivaled for a number of reasons, including savings in terms of the amount of energy and chemicals used. In terms of starting and maintenance, the spray plant only uses suction and heating when necessary, and reaches optimal conditions in a very short time.
This plant has been designed to use a limited amount of pickling agent that is always fresh: each work cycle allows a programmed change of the liquid used.
Over 70 years of experience in the study, design and manufacture of manual and automatic stainless steel pickling plants. Delmet manufactures both “traditional” immersion pickling plants, using tanks, and pickling plants with the new spray technique.
Building a pickling plant with Delmet means ensuring your steel products last up to 10 times longer: the result is guaranteed by comprehensive assistance throughout the entire technological cycle, which includes the correct supply and application of the chemicals required in the process.
Further benefits include the optimisation of production costs through limited water and energy consumption, which leads to financial savings, in addition to the tax relief afforded by the plant's compliance with Industry 4.0.
A stainless steel pickling and passivation plant allows you to obtain:
And it can be configured as:
Spray plants are always preferable to immersion, especially in terms of optimising consumption and savings, where it is technically possible to choose them. Delmet has developed its spray pickling plant for stainless steel: Poseidon.
The new technique eliminates the many inconveniences associated with treating steel: dangerous gases and unpleasant odours, premises with water everywhere, eroded floors, difficulties in finding qualified operators, difficulty in obtaining permits, with the risk of incurring environmental sanctions.
With the Poseidon spray pickling units the immersion tanks are replaced by spray booths with a consequent reduction in the volume of chemicals used. Customisation of the transport trolley allows you to better treat your workpieces.
Other advantages include:
It offers contract processing, design and manufacture of customised plants, formulation and sale of chemicals and machines for the purification of process water and air treatment.
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