Selected examples of crack detection systems

Konstruktion einer Rissprüfanlage 1

This throughput-optimized system can handle up to 450 parts per hour, in which 8 different components can be mixed. At lower throughput rates, the system can be operated by deselecting individual test stations with a minimum of necessary personnel. Due to the dual and therefore redundant design of the conveyor system, maximum system availability and optimum efficiency can be achieved.

Rissprüfanlage bauraumoptimiert

On an area of just 42 square meters, this L+R system, which has been completely optimized in terms of space, accommodates all the necessary process stations for crack detection, including all infrastructure. Due to the 2.5 level construction, the most important maintenance work on filters, refill stations and switch cabinets is possible during operation. In this system, the components are individually gripped by manipulators and rotated both below and above the fluid surfaces so that even scooping geometries can be inspected using immersion technology.

Konstruktion einer Rissprüfanlage 2

This compact 'inline' system allows the operator to inspect both components on the hanger while they are suspended. This optimizes both ergonomics and cycle time. The hangers can be moved and rotated steplessly in height by joystick.

In this system, hollow components can be tested in a process-safe and resource-conserving manner. The use of spray technology in conjunction with sealing air and electrostatics prevents fluids from entering the cavities without affecting the optimum test result.

Rissprüfanlage Sprühtechnik

In this system, hollow components can be tested in a process-safe and resource-conserving manner. The use of spray technology in conjunction with sealing air and electrostatics prevents fluids from entering the cavities without affecting the optimum test result.

The 3 inspection stations are supplied independently from each other by parallel feeding of the inspection parts. In addition, there is a buffer line in front of each test station. This compensates for fluctuating inspection times and non-productive times of the individual inspectors without affecting the overall process.