Guyson Corporation (www.guyson.com) has introduced a rotary table wheel-blast system with a streamlined human-machine interface (HMI) that effectively replaces a collection of separate switches, indicators and push buttons with a sleek panel that simplifies use of the controls, while allowing users to view the status of the system functions — the GWB-702T. Graphically representing touch-and-select control functions, the compact HMI offers text instructions or prompts related to fault indications and permits direct entry of process parameters, such as air wash blow-off cycle time or blast cycle time, to the programmable logic controller of the system.
The new rotary table wheel-blast system comes with one blast wheel over every half of a 70-inch diameter, 4,000 pound capacity turntable, making it ideally suited for batch processing of essentially flat work pieces or have limited vertical surfaces.
Heavily equipped with abrasion-resistant cast iron alloy plates, the table of the wheel blast machine also features protective armor of similar material hung on the blast chamber’s walls and interior ceiling to cover the all areas in line directly with the blast wheels.
It is also fitted with an optimized shot reclamation system that has an independent adjustable cyclone separator for capturing and reusing grit or good shot that could otherwise be carried over to the dust collector.
A media reclamation system helps the blast machine maintain negative pressure and balance the air flow. The wheel blast machine also features a freestanding Guyson Model D2000 cartridge-type dust collector that offers an extraction capacity of 2,000 cubic feet of air per minute.