Centrifugal disc finishing for increased efficiency
High-energy disc machines offer an efficient alternative to conventional vibratory machines, providing performance levels of up to 10 to 30 times higher than conventional vibratory equipment. Our wide range of machine sizes and varying levels of automation, offer solutions to any kind of finishing problem.
Rösler has revolutionized the industry with our high-productivity "Double Batch" system and reliable precision gap control features automatically or manually operated.
Series E high energy disc systems
This series is the compact version that is used both with or without external separation equipment, in the modular system. Both part against part machining or single part treatment with direct work piece removal from the work container are possible, in addition to the use of an additional screening machine. The modular system is well suited for individual machining tasks. Even difficult separating tasks can be solved with a screening machine that is decoupled from the high energy disc system.
Series E/SM and E/SA high energy disc systems
These series link the machining unit directly to the work piece separation device. This makes the system particularly user friendly. The processing media remain within the system after being separated from the work pieces. The combined working-separating unit swivels back, motor-driven, into the working position after the separating process and the processing medium thereby returns to the working container – ready for the next charge.
Series E-A high energy disc system
The concept of the E-A high energy disc system is an automated workflow in a compact design. This system technology can be ideally linked with automated work piece loading and drying systems.
Series A2 high energy disc system (pro line)
Pro line high energy disc systems are designed according to the 2-charge system developed by Rösler. The 2-charge technology automatically offers simultaneous machining and separating in the best quality. Part mixing from charge to charge can be nearly completely ruled out.