Am Schölsbach 19
Telephone +49 (0) 5451 85-0
Fax +49 (0) 5451 85-412
Telephone +49 (0) 5451 85-320
KELLER ITS (Infrared Temperature Solutions) develops, manufactures and distributes pyrometers and system solutions for non-contact temperature measurements for industrial applications for temperature ranges between -30 °C and 3500 °C. The pyrometers are used in many industries such as steel, foundry, glass, cement or chemical.
With our 50 years of experience, we are the leading specialists for foundry applications and two-colour measurements.
Neue Weilheimer Straße 30
73230 Kirchheim unter Teck
Kategorien / Categories:
Formstoffaufbereitung und Formstoffregenerierung
Beratung, Planung, Dienstleistungen
Telephone +49 6461-80080
Fax +49 6461-800860
Telephone +49 821 45330
Fax +49 821 4533 2340
Global Sales Center
Tel.: +49 821 4533-3483
About the KUKA Roboter GmbH
The KUKA Roboter GmbH, with its headquarters in Augsburg, is a member of the KUKA Aktiengesellschaft and ranks among the world’s leading suppliers of industrial robots. Core competencies are development, production and sale of industrial robots, controllers and software. The company is the market leader in Germany and Europe and the number three in the world. KUKA Roboter GmbH employs about 3400 people worldwide. In 2013, sales totaled 754,1 million Euro. 28 subsidiaries provide a presence in the major markets of Europe, America and Asia.
Über die KUKA Roboter Gruppe
Die KUKA Roboter GmbH mit Hauptsitz in Augsburg ist ein Unternehmen der KUKA Aktiengesellschaft und gilt als einer der weltweit führenden Anbieter von Industrierobotern. Die Kernkompetenzen liegen in der Entwicklung und Produktion sowie im Vertrieb von Industrierobotern, Steuerungen und Software. Das Unternehmen ist Marktführer in Deutschland und Europa, weltweit an dritter Stelle. Die KUKA Roboter GmbH beschäftigt weltweit etwa 3400 Mitarbeiter. In 2013 wurde ein Umsatz von 754,1 Mio. Euro erwirtschaftet. Das Unternehmen ist mit 28 Niederlassungen in den wichtigsten Märkten Europas, Amerikas und Asiens vertreten.
KUKA Robots in the foundry industry:
Kuka for Foundries: http://www.kuka-robotics.com/en/solutions/branches/foundry/start.htm
48 COOL ROBOT TYPES. IN SERVICE WHEREVER THINGS HEAT UP.
Heat, dust, aggressive fluids: when the going gets tough for human workers, tough KUKA robots get going – with outstanding performance in continuous operation. Based on many years of experience in the foundry sector and in the automotive industry, KUKA is now offering a unique range of 48 high-performance robot types – the KR QUANTEC F series. With protective coatings resistant to alkalis, acids, heat and corrosion, they permanently meet the requirements of protection ratings IP65/67. They are available as floor-, ceiling- and shelf-mounted robots and for payloads from 6 to 1,300 kg.
300 KG PURE HANDLING POWER: KR QUANTEC F SERIES – THE STRONGEST ROBOTS IN THEIR PAYLOAD CATEGORY
The basis for high performance and process reliability in hot surroundings.
Metal – red-hot, molten or solid. From intricate light alloy components to large-format steel parts: the KR QUANTEC F series masters all disciplines from sand casting and die casting to permanent mold casting and even the handling of heavy molds and finished components. It effortlessly handles payloads of up to 300 kg. The extremely robust and maintenance-friendly design makes it a sound investment for the future.
On request, all KUKA robots based on the KR C4 controller can be controlled directly via the Siemens® SINUMERIK operator panel of your machine – simple and with no need for special knowledge of robotics.
KR QUANTEC F: THE ADVANTAGES AT A GLANCE
Ideal combination of high payload capacity and small footprint
Fast and reliable – even for complex tasks
Availability: virtually 100%
Optimized cycle times
Easy integration of peripheral devices, e.g. deflashing presses and grippers
With their heat-, corrosion-, alkali- and acid-resistant coating, KUKA Foundry robots are optimally equipped for the harsh working environments in the foundry and forging industry. The specially-developed Foundry wrist with corrosion-resistant V2A materials is dustproof, waterproof and certified with protection rating IP67 for the entire life cycle of the robot.
Read more: www.kuka-robotics.com/en/solutions/branches/foundry/start.htm
These companies rely on KUKA: www.kuka-robotics.com/en/company/references/
Hannoversche Straße 59
Frankenstr. 2 (Industriegebiet Wiebelbach)
Telephone +49 9342 / 807-0
Fax +49 09342 807 404
Kurtz Ersa is a supplier and technology corporation with a tradition of almost 240 years, diversified in the three business areas Electronics Production Equipment (Ersa), Moulding Machines and Metal Components. The owner-operated group of companies follows the strategy of long-term, healthy and sustainable growth.
AHEAD COMPLETE GLOBAL
Future-oriented. Complete. Worldwide.
From project planning and commissioning up to maintenance, from stand-alone machines up to entire plants. Kurtz would like to advise and support you with its comprehensive knowledge and is available 24/7. Kurtz Foundry Machines – the best solution for every application.
AHEAD – Highest casting quality, high output and low costs
In the field of low-pressure casting, Kurtz provides low-pressure casting machines which are operated with permanent moulds and casting machines for sand, plaster or ceramic moulds – so called "lost moulds". Both aluminium and magnesium alloys can be cast with a Kurtz low-pressure casting machine. The casting machine portfolio is complemented by tiltable gravity and gravity casting machines.
The machine concept of Kurtz trimming presses includes the Kurtz KP"C" line of so called C-frame presses, the Kurtz KP"S" line as 4-column version, available with or without sliding-tilting table, and the KP"R" line executed as frame design. You can be sure to have safe, efficient and reproducible trimming processes due to the perfect interaction of fast hydraulics, precise mechanics, reliable measuring systems and comfortable machine control. Press force ranges from 50 t to 300 t, subject to model and layout.
COMPLETE – The entire process in mind
Kurtz always focuses on the entire process. We already think of an optimized mould parting line for efficient trimming when designing and developing a casting mould or machine. If requested, both casting machines and trimming presses are available as fully automated systems. All components and modules are optimally matched to one another. At Kurtz the customer obtains planning, engineering, process and mould technology, melting and furnace technology, automation, peripherals as well as complete casting lines. Kurtz Foundry Machines stand out by their technological lead, reliability, high availability and profitability.
GLOBAL – Always close to the customer
As a leader in technology with 15 facilities and production plants in Germany, China and in the USA, Kurtz Ersa continuously sets new standards, thereby raising the productivity of its customers to higher levels. Since 1982, Kurtz GmbH has been producing foundry machines. Kurtz enjoys an excellent reputation as expert in low-pressure and gravity casting machines as well as for trimming presses. Especially suppliers of the automotive industry benefit from individually planned, cost-saving and reliable Kurtz machines.
Kurtz Ersa – Production needs us!
Telephone +49 201 7293 0
Fax +49 201 77 66 88
Küttner offers planning and modernization of entire foundries and provides beside the initial engineering services also the fabrication, erection and start-up of complete plant areas – all from a single source.
Küttner is world-wide known for the construction of modern cupola and also provides for many years sand preparation plants for green sand and reclamation systems for no-bake sands. Handling systems for serial and large castings on vibrating equipment are also part of the product range. All controls for machines and plants are made in-house with latest process logic and comprehensive data processing system from our Küttner Automation specialists.
Since 2014 the construction of centrifugal casting machines not only for cast iron but also for steel and NF-metals was started as a new technology for Küttners’ foundry portfolio.