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Ryeford Engineering Gas Heated Immersion Cleaning and Coating Chemical Dip Tank

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Availability:
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Condition
From a working environment, Good Condition
Stock No
TA299
Manufacturer
Ryeford Engineering
Model
Manganese-Iron Phosphate coating
Condition
From a working environment, Good Condition
Work Envelope (WxDxH mm) [?]
1220 x 705 x 380
Process Stages
Multipul immersion options
Other Info
Lid extraction. Stainless Steel.
Location
Our Central Warehouse, Aldridge, UK
Weight (kgs)
360
External Dimensions (WxDxH mm) [?]
1850 x 950 x 1350

Description

Granodine 101 (Bonderite M-MN 101) Hot dip process Tank

The tank was designed for the hot dip process of Manganese-Iron Phosphate coating on steel or Iron components.

It is recommended for castings, tools, nuts, bolts and service equipment – particularly those items which cannot be easily painted

Phosphate coating/treatment time with Bonderite M-MN 101 will vary between 15 and 40 minutes, depending upon the surface condition of the item being treated, and the pre-cleaning method used. If treating for wear prevention a stronger bath, and shorter immersion time may be required.

The tank is of a double skinned all stainless steel construction. It has a double skinned lid with integral extraction ports built into it.

The tank incorporates hanging rails at both ends of the inside of the tank from which hanging bars can be located and the components suspended on wire from the bars.

The tank is heated by an Ambirad gas fired radiant tube heater; the radiant tube is integrated at the bottom of the tank in a triple U configuration and is also constructed of stainless steel.

The radiant tube is welded to the tank and enters and exits through the right hand side of the tank where the Ambirad burner and fan assembly are located, connection to a twin walled flue is made on the fan assembly.

The lid incorporates an extraction connection on the outside where the steam can be extracted via two extraction vents on the underside of the lid.

The lid is supported by two gas struts to aid ease of opening.

Immersion tube heater.

The Ambirad burner is controlled by a Eurotherm 2116 temperature controller with a separate Eurotherm 2132 over temperature instrument.

The instruments are connected to a type N duplex thermocouple located in the Tank.

Chemical Dip Tank Process

Henkel’s Bonderite M-MN 101 (was Granodine 101) is a non-accelerated hot dip process, providing a low cost, maximum protection maganese-iron phosphate coating on iron or steel.

It is recommended for castings, tools, nuts, bolts and service equipment – particularly those items which cannot be easily painted.

Bonderite M-MN 101 is an effective foundation for oils, stains or matt paints, preventing rust creep under the protective film should the surface become damaged – it is also ideal for protecting from wear on moving surfaces (however, where an accelerated process is allowable, Bonderite M-MN 111 is recommended as an alternative).

Phosphate coating/treatment time with Bonderite M-MN 101 will vary between 15 and 40 minutes, depending upon the surface condition of the item being treated, and the pre-cleaning method used. If treating for wear prevention a stronger bath, and shorter immersion time may be required.

Bonderite M-MN 101 is approved to DEF 29-A as a Class 1, non-accelerated process, and meets BS3189: type 1A Heavyweight.

Process gives corrosion and wear resistance properties.

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Additional files

Ambirad radiant heater Manual

Safety Data Sheet

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