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Gravity Die Casting Machines – DC.DUO
UTAS s.r.l. was started thanks to a forty-year experience in building gravity die casting machines for non-ferrous alloys.
We’ve produced die casting machines (both frontal and side pouring), rotary tables (4 or more stations), plants to produce cast rims..
Thanks to this experience it was possible for us to create the gravity die casting machine “DUO”.
The machine rotates thus allowing both frontal and side pouring.
Furthermore the rotation fulcrum coincides with the casting point that is fixed and steady.
This feature makes it possible to use simple loader-batcher or rotary loader.
“DUO” can be used with all types of die cast unit which are made up of 2, 3, 4 or more parts. “DUO” can be fitted on rotary tables and fed by simple loader.
The pouring point is fixed in both configurations; there’s no need to modify the positioning parameters of the automatic batcher-loaders.
” DUO ” can be built in different sizes according to the type of mould.
“DUO” makes work easier and uses simple pouring robots: it is therefore a versatile machine, that is also suitable for small foundries.
We perform maintenance and partial overhaul services on plants for gravity die casting.
Besides, we have a wide range of used and overhauled die casting machines, loader batcher, anthropomorphic loader.
We’ll be at the “Metef” Fair with a NEW PRODUCT: an energy-saving gravity die casting machine, which uses up to 60/70 per cent less energy.
UTAS nasce dall’esperienza di 40 anni di costruzione di macchine ed impianti per fusioni in gravità di leghe non ferrose. Sono state prodotte consigliatrici a ribaltamento frontale, laterale, tavole girevoli a 4 e più stazioni, impianti per produzioni di cerchi in lega. Questa lunga esperienza ha permesso alla UTAS s.r.l. di progettare e realizzare la conchigliatrice universale “DUO”.
Una sola macchina ruotando si trasforma da conchigliatrice per colata frontale in conchigliatrice per colata laterale. Questa caratteristica permette l’utilizzo di semplici colatori a portale o rotativi.
La conchigliatrice “DUO” può essere inserita in tutte le tipologie di isola di fusione composte da 2 , 3 , 4 o più unità. Possono essere montate su tavole rotanti e sempre alimentate da semplici colatori.
In entrambe le configurazioni, il fulcro di rotazione del basculamento rimane fisso quindi il punto di colata rimane costante, i parametri di posizione dei caricatori non devono essere modificati.
La conchigliatrice “DUO” può essere costruita in diverse dimensioni per tipologia di stampi.
La versatilità della “DUO” troverà spazio anche nelle piccole fonderie grazie alla semplificazione del lavoro ed utilizzo di semplici colatori.
Saremo presente al “Metef” in fiera con il nostro NUOVO PRODOTTO. Una conchigliatrice che permetterà un risparmio energetico del 60/70% di energia elettrica.
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