The unit is completely made of Polypropylene, the legs and the frame are reinforced with steel profiles.
The masks to be processed are placed into the left bath with the caustic soda. After a few hours when the aluminium has come off, the mask can be taken out of the bath and rinsed with the hand shower. After this the mask is put into the acid bath for 1 or 2 minutes in order to remove stains. When the mask is rinsed and dried it is ready for use. We recommend to sandblast the mask every fourth time to maintain aluminium adhesive properties of the mask. The operator can wash his hands at the right hand side of the unit, the eye shower is positioned on the tap.
Filling the baths
The caustic soda bath is filled with a hand operated water valve. The filling takes place at the bottom of the bath, this is done to prevent splashing. The acid bath will be filled automatically.
Emptying both baths takes place through a valve under the baths. A pipe can be screwed on the valve so the fluids can be drained into a barrel.
Dimensions mask-clean unit
Dimensions caustic soda bath
Dimensions rinsing bath
Dimensions acid bath
Water connection: 22 mm hose connection.
Drainage: 40 mm.
Heating element: 500W
Suction: 100 mm
Electrical connection: connection rail 240VAC 50/60Hz, phase, neutral and ground.
The installation of the mask-clean unit contains:
· Connect the water supply to the water connection.
· Connect the 40 mm drain pipe to the sewage.
· Connect the exhaust to the 100 mm pipe. (We advice to use a PP extractor and PP pipes).
· Connect the 240V supply in the control cabinet.