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Kerry ( Guyson International ) Precision Monosolvent Microsolve Cleaning Line with MK4 Robotic Basket Handling Device

Used / Second Hand

Refurbished Price [?]
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Availability:
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Condition
From a working environment, Seen working by RSW, Excellent Condition
Stock No
DX1290J
Manufacturer
Kerry ( Guyson International )
Model
M525C + MK4 Autotrans
Year of Manufacture
2001
Serial
60704 30-3-01
New or Used
Used (Second Hand)
Work Envelope (WxDxH mm)
525 x 415 x 380 deep
Process Stages
2 - USC Immersion + vapour rinse / dry
Location
Our Central Warehouse, Aldridge, UK
Weight (kgs)
1700
External Dimensions (WxDxH mm)
4100 x 1400 x 3000

Description

Kerry M525C  with MK4 Autotrans Machine description

This Ex - demonstration Microsolve Co-Solvent system provides two ultrasonic cleaning stages, followed by vapour rinsing and free-board dry.

In the first cleaning stage a mixture of HFE and a hydrocarbon solvating agent removes gross contamination from the components. 

Solvent retention features unique to the Microsolve range–triple coil re-flux cooling, vapour break, 150% free-board, ensure that systems are safe and comply fully with environmental and safety legislation.

These design features also mean that Microsolve systems are able to operate with low, predictable solvent usage and customers enjoy low, predictable running costs.

Large quantities of dirt and oils can be taken up by the solvating agent, making the process particularly suitable for heavy duty ultrasonic cleaning applications.

The Co-solvent process handles with ease applications such as removal of polishing compounds, maintenance cleaning of power generation system components, and flux removal from PCB's, including no-clean and lead-free solder flux residues.

Typical applications include bearings, gyro components and precision medical components; maintenance cleaning of pneumatic and hydraulic components; and, in electronics, flux removal from PCB's or from soldering jigs and fixtures.

Autotrans MK 4 30kg lifting capacity.

Automation of the cleaning process reduces running costs on multi stage systems by assuring consistent, repeatable quality, reducing reject rates, and increasing throughput.
With Microsolve systems further cost reductions result from controlling speed of basket entry and withdrawal from the vapour zone, thus reducing solvent drag-out and losses to atmosphere caused by disturbance of the vapour blanket

Programming features of the MK4 Autotrans

• Touch sensitive programming keyboard with LCD 16-line programming function and prompt display.
• Program storage and security provided by ‘smartcard’.
• Password protection to prevent unauthorised program access.
• Up to 64 programmable I/O functions and 32 flags as standard. Flags can be used for further position
recognition and process timing.
• Full edit facilities including position, dwell time and function controls.
• Infinitely variable programmable motor speed control.
• Positional accuracy to +/¬-1 mm provided by servo motors with built-in positional encoder.
• Over-travel protection and automatic datuming upon machine initialisation.
• RS 232 interface available to allow off-line programming.
• Intelligent basket processing allows simultaneous management of varying load types and application of appropriate processing parameters (immersion times, sonics program etc).

Key benefits:

• Ease of use
• Faster processing
• Higher throughput
• Increased flexibility of load content
• Reduced running costs
• Consistent operation
• Retrofit to existing systems

The Co-solvent process

Guyson Co-Solvent systems provide two ultrasonic cleaning stages, both with filtration, followed by vapour rinsing and free-board dry.

In the first cleaning tank a mixture of HFE (hydrofluoroether) and a hydrocarbon solvating agent removes gross contamination from the components. Large quantities of dirt and oils can be taken up by the solvating agent and this makes the process particularly suitable for heavy duty cleaning.

In Stage 2 pure HFE distillate removes from the components residues carried over from the primary cleaning tank.

Both cleaning tanks include base mounted ultrasonic transducers with Pulsatron generator, solution heating and a pumping and filtration system.

Cleaning is followed by a rinse in the vapour zone above the tanks and then a dwell in the free-board zone to dry the components.

General specifications:

Overall - length (l-r) 4100 mm
Overall - width (f-b) 1400 mm
Overall - height 3000 mm
Tank (internal) - L 415 mm
Tank (internal) - W 525 mm
Tank (internal) - D 380 mm
Basket (internal) - L 452 mm
Basket (internal) - W 360 mm
Vapour depth 350 mm
Freeboard height 620 mm
Initial fill (litres) 194
Auto Trans SWL - 30kg MAX

CC Hydrosonics Support

CC Hydrosonics

This machine is available with an installation, service and maintenance programme, if required, from CC Hydrosonics, who are familiar with this machine. Part of the Crest Ultrasonics Group they have been manufacturing innovative aqueous and solvent based ultrasonic cleaning equipment for over 50 years. 

Based in Essex, CC Hydrosonics are ultrasonics and cleaning specialists covering the UK for many different industries and are well placed to provide ongoing care and maintenance of this machine.

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Photographs taken prior refurbishment. Our refurbishment service is not available on all machines.