Wall Mounted Robots
Wall Mounted Robots
Whenever vertical space is limited, a wall mounted Blastman robot is used. It is possible to have two robots working together from opposite walls, or to have the workpiece turned when using just one robot.
The main movements of wall mounted robots are longitudinal and vertical. Every model is capable of handling one or two nozzles with a diameter of 12-19 mm and pressure up to 10 bar.
The main dimensions are tailored according to the blast room and workpiece dimensions.
The Blastman B16XS is the latest wall mounted blast cleaning robot. The slim frame of the robot allows for better movement in smaller workspaces and more flexibility with complex workpieces. The small and flexible design of the B16XS makes it easy to retrofit into existing blast chambers.Download datasheet
Blastman B16S is a 7-axis wall-mount robot with excellent flexibility for complex workpieces. Applications include, for example, blasting of containers, turbine parts, castings and freight wagons.Download datasheet
Blastman B16CX is a 7-axis wall-mount robot with control cabin. The robot is designed to replace manual blasting and suits prefectly for non-serial and serial productions. Blast programs for automatic run can be easily made by recording a manual run.Download datasheet
The Blastman B12S is a wall mounted - blastingrobot developed for blasting tubular workpieces, such as sections of wind turbine towers. The frame of the robot moves the robot arm in the longitudinal direction of the blast room on rails which are fixed on the walls. The purpose of the robot arm is to direct and move the blasting nozzles. The Blastman B12S robot typically consists of four (4) axes and one external axis which controls the rotating stand of the workpiece.
The Blastman B12S robot applications include tubular workpieces, such as windmill tower sections.
The Blastman B10S is a wall-mounted- blasting robot. The frame of the robot moves the telescope and robot arm in the longitudinal direction of the blast room on rails,which are fixed on the walls. The telescope moves the robot arm vertically on the frame. The robot arm directs and moves the blasting nozzles. The Blastman B10S robot typically consists of seven (7) robot axes.Download datasheet