Optionally available, integrated components increase the usefulness of peening equipment to our customers. These components are either products developed by Roxor itself or dependable products sourced from selected partner companies.
Roxor tube monitoring alerts the operator to wear-and-tear on peening tubes and shows when they need to be replaced. This way, maintenance work can be scheduled, and machine down-time reduced.
Roxor’s mobile calibrating station facilitates periodic checks and any needed adjustments to shot-media dosage on a wide range of peening equipment, even where different kinds of blasting media are being used.
For unambiguous identification of workpieces, tools and devices, digital readers can be used. Where this is a customer requirement, the digital readers are sourced from appropriate manufacturers and built into our equipment.
Fitting new components when shot-peening is being done can be a time-consuming process and tends to reduce the productivity of the peening machine. By means of computer simulation, the Almen value tests can be shortened and machine up-time optimized.
Where the type of blasting media has to be changed frequently, we recommend that you use Roxor mobile blasting media storage silos, so that storage of shot media doesn’t take up too much space around the peening unit. When it’s time to change the type of shot, these silos can be fitted into the blasting mediapath with just a few hand movements. The machine can be emptied or filled up again automatically using the appropriate valves and feeder jet nozzles.
Robot offline programming is recommended when the equipment needs to be in constant use, so as to avoid down-time needed for programming work. The programming tool is sourced from the robot manufacturer we work with. The hardware needs to be provided by the customer, and then data can be transferred to the peening machine through a network, or using disks etc.