mutter skruvmatare2In Automated production lines, Dengesha Bolt Feeders offer the user the best reliability, safety and high-speed production.

  • The position of the bolt must be oriented correctly when inserting it into the work-piece. Our chucking method, with the chuck opened by pushing down the bolt, is superior to any other method.
  • The lower electrode assembly is an integral part of the Dengesha Bolt Feeder and ensures a perfect alignment of the panel and the bolt every time.
  • If a bolt fails to feed, the feeder will give a fault condition, providing safety and security in automated applications.
  • Beeing specially designed for projection welding and forming a integral part of the process, makes these feeders highly reliable for use in automated production.
  • High speed feeding.
  • Bulk hopper is available for automated production lines and can be fitted with a level switch to indicate re-filling is required.
  • Special designs are available, including direct connection of guide pin to the air cylinder in lower electrode, together with extend and retract position proximity switches and additional solenoid, which allow positive control of the guide pin location in the work piece.

Benefits

  • High feed rate. Automated production
  • The nut is held at the end of the spear and magnetic foods safely at the same location on the andle and/or speed changes.
  • Other Benefits
  • Vibratory nut sorted for all types of nuts
  • High feed and reliability rate >1 second
  • Siemens PLC (standard)
  • Simple to use in manual or automated systems
  • Volume refillable containers, 7 liters
  • (M6 DIN = 8,000)
  • (M8 DIN = 4,000)
  • CE - Marked
  • Capacity - Up to 60st / min
  • Feed stroke - 200mm (standard)
  • Feeding angle - 30º (default) 60º (adjustable)
  • Power Supply - 110V 50Hz or 230V 50Hz
  • Control voltage - 24V DC
  • Air Supply - 5 bar
  • Standard - Bulk hopper, vinyl dust cover.

Options

  • 300mm stroke
  • Tube length up to 10m

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Lerocon AB is a privately owned company, based in Gislaved since its inception in 2003. Initially our focus was on service and support of special machines and resistance welding machines. Fairly soon we saw the need for a custom automation nut welding machine and began to produce the first models for the Lerocon Multi Weld.