Our innovative torch cleaning station TBi JetStream brings a completely new approach to fully automatic torch cleaning into
the production environment. The torch head is thoroughly cleaned on the inside and outside by air-propelled abrasive pellets.
One main advantage of this process is that it is completely independent from nozzle geometry. Gasnozzle, contact tip, tip
holder and gas diffusor will be cleaned without large forces on the torch. The periodic manual cleaning process, which is
customary today, becomes obsolete and the productivity of the robot cell is raised.
The cleaning station is perfectly suitable for use with Tandem torches!
Our technicians will be glad to demonstrate the economical advantages of this cleaner - just give us a call!
Please visit our dedicated website www.tbi-jetstream.de for additional information.
Automatic torch cleaning station with rotation reamer. The integrated spray nozzles can apply anti-spatter fluid to the torch
while it is in the cleaning position. A wire cutter is available as an option. The cutter can be activated electrically or
Automatic torch cleaning station with rotation reamer. The spraying of the torch head with anti-spatter fluid is done in a
closed spraying chamber. Therefore, the consumption of anti-spatter fluid is reduced and contamination of other equipment
can be avoided. The device is equipped with a wire cutter.
TBi FineSpray-2 Spraying unit喷油单元
The TBi spraying unit is completely sealed. Only the minimum needed quantity of anti spatter fluid is applied. The formation
of droplets, that might have negative influence on the weld quality is prevented.
With our spraying unit, the oily residue all around the cleaning station is completely eliminated. No anti spatter fluid
is caught in the extraction system, the life of the filters can be extended.
One filling of the fluid container is sufficient for up to 2500 spray cycles.
TBi DA-2 Wire Cutter剪丝单元
This stand-alone wire cutting unit can easily be added to existing installations. The cutting process is started by an electrical
signal. Optionally, it can be initiated fully automatic by an optical sensor.