|Rotating:||2 Ton||Tilting:||2 Ton|
|Application:||Offshore Construction||Placce Of Origin:||Wuxi, CN|
CE approved Flange Welding Positioner Loading 2000kg for Offshore Construction
Automated welding can provide large gains in productivity and profitability - in the right applications.
Welding is arguably the most complex manufacturing process and is frequently the least understood. A surprising number of companies spend millions of dollars to automate assembly while ignoring the welding process. Manual welding is still the best process for many assemblies. However, many assemblers are implementing automated welding systems to increase quality, productivity and profitability.
Not every welding operation is a good candidate for automated welding. Applications will benefit most from automation if the quality or function of the weld is critical; if repetitive welds must be made on identical parts; or if the parts have accumulated significant value prior to welding. Excellent candidates for automation include batteries, capacitor cans, solenoids, sensors, transducers, metal bellows, relay enclosures, light bulb elements, fuel filters, thermos flasks, medical components, nuclear devices, pipe fittings, transformer cores, valve elements and airbag components. Companies that assemble limited quantities of products requiring accurate or critical welds may benefit from a semiautomatic system, but would probably not need fully automated systems.
|Max gravity at rated capacity||200mm||200mm||250mm||300mm||300mm|
|Max eccentric at rated capacity||150mm||150mm||150mm||150mm||200mm|
|Tilting speed(rpm)||by hands/1.3||by hands/1.3||0.35||0.35||0.35|
|Rotate motor power||0.37kw||0.37kw||0.4kw||0.55kw||0.75kw|
|Tilt motor power||0||0.37kw||0.37kw||0.55kw||0.75kw|
- Brand motor & gearbox, CE approved.
- Schneider Inverter control VFD speed
- Schneider electical components
- Remote box with long cables
- High precision slew bearing structure
Welding-positioner is an advanced implement that helps perform welding.
It keeps in place the elements being welded, presenting the joint to the torch in the most useful position.
Normally this is the flat position, and it can be fixed in time.
But positioners may provide some relative, progressive, smooth movement between the torch of a fusion welding head and the joint to be welded.
The movement is relative, because it does not matter if the arc source or the work is fixed, while the other element moves along simple lines.
A welding table, although very useful, has no intrinsic movements available so that it falls short of the above definition.
Welding-positioner is a necessary tool for highly productive mechanically assisted manual welding processes.