The turntable machine model R 703 from Krautzberger is used for the automated coating of small to midsize series of different work pieces. The preferred geometry of the parts is rotation-symmetrical.
The R 703 is parameterized and set via an easy-to-use (cable-operated, optional WLAN) user panel.
Upon completed set-up, the user places the units that are to be coated onto the adjusted receptors of the spindles.
Through the pre-set intervals, the unit is transported to the respective spray stations, coated and transported back to the operator with each interval.
The turntable machine R 703 is also available as an Atex version. 4-6-8-12 or 24 spindles are available as options; half of the selected spindles can be equipped with a directional rotation reverse function. The setting of the rotational speed of the spindles is of course infinitely variable.
Optimally adapted exhaust systems are available for the R 703.
Up to four spray stations at 5 positions are available, while two of these stations can be equipped with a lifting device as an option. This also allows even longer work pieces to be easily coated on the inside, if necessary with an extension, as well as on the outside.
The standard version of the R 703 is built on solvent-resistant rollers and is therefore extremely mobile.