Hirst's demagnetiser systems are avaiable with a number of loading options. The various typical configurations are described below. Please note if you do not see what you require then just ask! We manufacture systems to your requirments, so if you have specific loading and handling requirments we would be happy to discuss these with you.
The most basic system is manualy loaded and unloaded. The operator would load the part to be demagnetised into a fixture and press the start button on the demagnetiser unit.
System shown is a MCSD100J
Conveyor systems are ideal for integration into existing production lines. Typicaly the parts would be loaded or fall onto the start of the conveyor and be carried into the demagnetisation fixture. A "magic eye" senses the part is at the correct position and initates the demagnetisaiton pulse. Additional "magic eyes" can be added to stop the system if the conveyor belt is not emptied or to fit in with an existing production flow.
Picture shown is a MD500J fitted to a custom conveyor system designed to integrate with a customers production line.
The system shown above is a custom MD1kJ series demagnetiser designed to take trays of parts. The rollers assist the insertion and removal of the trays.
The interface ports of the MCSD and MD series are suitable for integration in mechanical handling systems where the parts to be magnetised are fed to the fixture by means of an appropriate loading and unloading system and a fully automated system can be developed.
Various I/O options are avaiable and include 12 or 24v DC logic, 110 or 240v AC logic and RS232 ports. The exact format of any interface port fitted is designed to meet the customers requirments.
Hirst Magnetic Instruments design and build mechanical handling systems specifically to interfacing with the MCSD or MD series of demagnetiser systems.
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