The ACCUFLASH(reg)-S3 6 ft(super3) cryogenic shotblast machine can of deflashing up to 100 lbs of rubber or plastic parts per cycle. Features include a menu-driven computer control unit that can be linked to technical and engineering support via modem, automatic cycle operation, and a closed-loop cryogenic system that reduces moisture problems. The machine's parts barrel, which is inside a sealed cryogenic chamber, changes angles and rotation direction during deflashing. Media is projected by a 12-inch impeller.
AGA Gas Inc., Box 94737, Cleveland, OH 44101, FAX (216) 642-4302.
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