Brass extrusion

Dry Lub System is the patented system for lubricating the brass billet. The study started from the need to increase the life of the container and simplify the operation of scraping the shirt.

The continuous and constant reduction of lead in the alloy make this operation more and more difficult, the results obtained by our customers confirm the longer life of the container and a reduction in machine stop.

The application of dry lubricant powder is carried out electrostatically on the billet surface with a low amount of product.

The dispensing head is specially designed according to customer needs. It can be placed between the charger that carries the hot billet ( 800′ C ) and the loading system or as usually happens directly at the exit of the oven.

Strengths

  • Easy installation on existing press

  • High performance also for lead-free alloys
  • Efficient on both reverse and direct presses
  • Regular and constant shirt extraction
  • Longest life of the container
  • Reduction of machine downtime
  • Non melting release agent non-polluting and non-flammable
  • Applies to the entire billet surface
  • Very low maintenance

How the Dry Lub System works DRY LUB SYSTEM

The Dry Lub System for brass extrusion can be used both, for the lubrication of the billet surface and for the die and die holder. The high electrostatic efficiency, the micro dosage of the amount of powder, combined with the effective shielding system of the dispensing head, allow excellent adhesion of the powder dispensed. Thanks to the Dry Lub System, waste and dispersions into the environment are eliminated. Furthermore, no residues remain on the extrusion products.

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Dry Lub System technology for brass extrusion

Dry Lub System - Estrusione dell'ottone - Altea Srl
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