Turret on Valve Assembly Equipment
Continuous motion valve assembly at up to 750 parts per minute
requires experience and competence. Our Valve Assembly Machines are designed for fast change-over and high efficiencies. We are able to handle springs
that have been cleaned in citric acid and crimp continuously using either a proprietary system or our own mechanical crimping mechanism.
Transfer of components onto the main machine turret takes place using specially designed transfer wheels. Components are assembled at the entry point to the main turret. Locating pins on these wheels ensure that the incoming component is supported as it is assembled.
Rubber components are fed at high speed using talcum powder. We are also able to feed gasket and seals on a ceramic air track without the use of talc.
Rejecting Components at high speed in continuous motion is not an easy task to do. Our continuous motion valve assembly machines slow down to reject just the bad part, not the whole component. This minimises waste and improves overall efficiency.
Whether small, stiff or elastic, we can build an assembly machine to assemble your product. For increased flexibility our assembly machines may use pucks for a fast changeover.
Continuous Motion Valve Assembly Machine Stations:
- Puck loading/Unloading
- Spring Loading
- Laser welding and marking
- Camera Visual Inspection
- Reject Station
- IPC Stations
- Dosing, punching
- Heat sealing
- Dipper tube assembly and cutting
- Rubber seal assembly
- Case loading
- Case Accumulation
- Small Plastic Components
- Fast Changeover
- Radial Product Orientation Possible
- High Throughput
- Designed for 24 hour operation
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Raupack is supplying a Dip Tube assembly machine to the UK at the end of 2010. This continous motion assembly machine runs at 500 valves pre minute and has 3 out-feeds each procuing different length dip tubes.