Alte Salzdahlumer Str. 203
Telephone: +49 531 26 408-0
What you should know about us: We, Dosier- und Automationstechnik GmbH (datec), are the only company in Europe that, for the past 25 years, has been supporting the modernisation of electrical equipment for your moulding sand treatment, from the planning as a manufacturer, to the delivery, and right through to the commissioning stage.
The company Dosier- und Automationstechnik GmbH (specialising in dosing and automation technology) was created from the company SMG (Steuerungsmessgeräte - measuring devices for control systems), which since 1948 has been drawing on its experience in manufacturing and use of moisture measurement devices for mineral bulk materials and capacitative fill level sensors. At the time, the predominant areas of application of the devices on offer were for the production of concrete, ceramic, glass and cereals as well as casting. In the 1980s microprocessor technology was implemented in the existing systems. This allowed the scope of tasks to be extended to include representation of moisture measurement, automatic water dosing through to overall control of dosing and mixing stations, including the power supply unit.
From our company headquarters in Braunschweig we have been marketing electrical equipment for sand treatment for foundries globally for around 25 years. As part of this work, we distinguish between instruments to measure for example moisture content, compressive strength or compactibility of the moulding sand, and electronic control systems, which ensure that sand treatment processes can take place in a safe and automated way. To complement our company’s range of services, we also programme visualisations which allow a comprehensive view of all plant components within the foundry.
The recipe for success of our activities is in the constant further development of our knowledge concerning the characteristics and processes involved with bulk material (moulding sand) – particularly in relation to water. The precise understanding of the spatial interplay between the bulk material and water allows us to manage treatment processes in sand treatment in a significantly more meaningful way. With our research projects (e.g. ZIM – Central Innovation Programme for SMEs), we are both ensuring that our knowledge is at the cutting edge and also laying the foundations for progress in sand treatment.
We provide reliable aftersales support to our customers through regular inspections. A team of twelve, predominantly consisting of mechanics, programmers and engineers, currently manages the aforementioned areas of work.
Our quality management
Since 1997 datec has been certified in accordance with ISO 9001 by Norske Veritas. The following definition was given to an element of quality management: “A guarantee for this solid work is early planning and comprehensive 100% final verification of the systems being supplied. The significance of this approach can be determined in that it is not possible to supply “off-the-peg” goods, specifically for compact control systems. They must be adapted to customer-specific circumstances. Early agreement and constant contact with customers ensures that the systems’ quality is satisfactory and avoids misunderstandings and costly modification work”.
The unique character comes from the differences between the various sand treatment processes in the world of foundries.
Simulation as a powerful quality management tool
When programming control systems, things can quickly become awkward as a result of programming without a safety net, as the system to be controlled is not readily available fully constructed on the doorstep. On-site programming is expensive and more protracted than in the software office. A comprehensive software simulation will help alleviate this awkwardness. A separate programme simulates inflows and outflows by representing the dynamic behaviour. It not only represents the time lag of the final position signal of a weighing door, but also the corresponding weighing signal. In this way, all signals, up to manual operation, are represented. This allows control programmes to be completed on a very timely basis with a low on-site programming requirement. In this way, systems can be commissioned quickly, particularly for PLC upgrades such as from S5 to S7.
New Abany, OH
51149 Köln (Porz-Eil)
7000 West Geneva Drive
63376 St. Peters
DIDION has revolutionized the shakeout and material handling needs of the foundry industry. The company began making foundry equipment when Charles J. Didion realized the inherent pitfalls in vibratory shakeout systems and developed the DIDION® Rotary Sand Casting Separator.
The machinery was patented internationally and the company has grown to include over 1000 machines in 48 countries worldwide. The common sense design, reliability, flexibility, and low maintenance requirements of every DIDION® machine has turned the company into the world leader in Rotary Processing Machinery - saving customers throughout the world hundreds of thousands of dollars annually.
ROTARY PROCESSING EQUIPMENT
CDC VIBRATORY EQUIPMENT
DESIGN AND ENGINEERING
Custom configuration and design to optimize each application.
Ø System layout drawings in CAD and 3-D
The New Mark 5 Series Rotary Media Drum is the ultimate for sand casting separation, sand blending/conditioning, dual sand screening and casting cleaning and cooling, all in one machine. It can handle green sand, no-bake, and shell molding. It will clean aluminum, brass, bronze, ductile, gray, malleable, and steel castings. The payback/return on investment is months versus years.
The New Rotary Lump Crusher/Sand Reclaimers have the lowest operating cost per ton in the industry worldwide. These machines reduce large no-bake lumps to grain size, scrub the sand, double screen, and classify the sand, have the best output/yield worldwide, and separate out tramp metal and debris.
The New DIDION® Rotary Tumbler / Metal Reclaimer crushes, cleans, separates, and screens dross, slag, and salt cake to reclaim valuable metallics. The patented design has the lowest operating and maintenance cost per ton in the industry worldwide. With a 6?month payback you can receive a 200% return on your investment.
PARTIAL CLIENT LIST Other clients include; A B & I, Betz, Bremen, Buck, Caterpillar, Deere, Dexter, DISA, EBAA, Ford, Gartland, GM, Grede, Honda, Intat, McWane, Neenah, Unicast, Victaulic, Waupaca, Wescast, and many more.
DIDION International, Inc. is represented by 32 separate sales organizations worldwide.
Riverside Industrial Centre
7000 West Geneva Drive
Saint Peters, Missouri 63376
Phone: (636) 278-8700
Fax: (636) 278-3155
Conveyor Dynamics Corporation
Riverside Industrial Center
Saint Peters, Missouri 63376
Phone: (636) 279 1111
Fax: (636) 279 1121
Telephone: +41 43 833 88 00
Fax: +41 43 833 88 08
DCS is the initiative partner for supporting your investment plans or desinvestment plans related to diecasting machinery and -plants. DCS buys and sells all types and brands of diecasting machines and peripherical equipment: Coldchamber diecasting machines (vertical and horizontal) for Al- and Mg-alloys, Hotchamber machines for Mg- and Zn-alloys, Handling robots, spray robots, furnaces, trimming presses, safety devices, inspection- and machining equipments. Machines for special diecast processing: Semi-solid, Squeeze-cast, Rheocast, Thixocasting, Thixomoulding, Metal Matrix, Rotor DC.
DK – 2630 Taastrup
Telephone: +45 4450 5050
Fax: +45 4494 5225
|DISA: a company that understands your industry, and turns your challenges into innovation. |
DISA is the leading global provider of innovative foundry technology and the world-leading supplier of complete foundry solutions and services as well as state-of-the-art moulding equipment.
In order to understand the rather complex business that foundry solutions and services are, you might consider pulling up next to a DISA employee, the next time you stop your car at a red light. He or she will tell you that several of your car’s components most likely are made by way of DISA technology, including the brake discs, engine blocks, arms, etc. And if you strike up a good conversation with the DISA employee in question, you might be in for yet another treat that proves how DISA is truly a company that knows what’s cooking: A lot of the professional, top-notch kitchen ware found in cupboards and cabinets all over the globe, including yours, is made from DISA moulds.
… So even though you may not be a foundry owner or iron works specialist, you are exposed to the final products of DISA daily – whether it is through being the proud owner of a car or a home chef whipping up a recipe for success with high-quality kitchenware.
DISA is driven by an unwavering focus on leading the foundry industry and staying competitive for the benefit and satisfaction of its customers. The fact that the company is founded on innovation means that DISA continuously seeks to engineer change, build sustainability, lead technology, and shape industry. In parallel to DISA’s strong global outreach under the Norican Group banner – with 2,300 employees in 50 countries on 5 continents and a customer base of more than 16,000 companies in 100 countries – the company has strong Danish roots. DISA remains committed to a 200-year tradition of Danish engineering and world-class expertise. However, having the entire world as its workplace and market focus also means that DISA always strive to harness its collective diversity by way of mutual intercultural respect and global teamwork.
In short: World-class engineering is what DISA brings to the table when foundries of all sizes seek to expand their operations – whether their expansion is happening in the Americas, Europe, India, China, The Middle East or Russia.
Massive global footprint through the broadest industry offer and after sales
DISA develops and manufactures a complete range of metal casting production solutions for the ferrous and non-ferrous foundry industries. A long-standing tradition of innovation and accumulating knowledge from all over the world has consolidated DISA’s global footprint and made the company a preferred partner that enjoys the trust and loyalty of foundries worldwide.
DISA has the broadest industry offer with a moulding product portfolio, comprising vertical (DISAMATIC®), match plate (DISA MATCH) and horizontal (DISA FLEX) green sand moulding systems. Additionally, DISA provides complete, integrated foundry lines for a wide variety of customers – lines which, in addition to the moulding technology platforms, include complete sand plants, conveyor systems, cooling drums, cleaning solutions, CIM modules and core machine plants.
Following the merger with Wheelabrator in 2009, placing DISA under the Norican banner, the DISA shot blast offer was rebranded ‘Wheelabrator’. You will find all information related to surface preparation and shot blast technology in the Wheelabrator section of this website.
DISA is a well-known brand name in the moulding industry because of our excellence in especially vertical but also horizontal and matchplate moulding. Our long history and strong experience with innovative moulding technology has entailed that DISA today delivers moulding solutions that will add value to any foundry.
Our commitment and expertise within moulding means that we, throughout the years, have been able to keep improving our product range and ourselves. This effort has today resulted in a strong competitive situation within many different types of moulding solutions. The many dedicated engineers that make up our R&D team are continually supporting this positive development in order to secure DISA’s lead in the market, supplying innovative moulding solutions including sand preparation, moulding lines, core technology and comprehensive after sales services.
The moulding market of today will not be the same market tomorrow. Like customers in other foundry-related markets, customers within moulding are in the process of consolidation – becoming fewer but larger while undergoing specialisation and automation. This market evolution means we have higher standards to meet and set which will keep DISA on top of these progressions and equipped to supply our customers with technology leading solutions. We will build on our customer relationships and work in close cooperation with the market to improve product costs, central controls, near net shape and higher total-up time.
2015 MAC: Mould Accuracy Controller
2015 AFS: Automatic Filter Setter
2015 DFC: DISA Foundry Cockpit
2015 DISAMATIC D3 introduced
2012 MATCH 20/24 flaskless matchplate moulding machine introduced
2011 DISA 231 Fast introduced
2011 DISA 280-C, the world’s largest vertical moulding machine introduced
2010 DISA MATCH 24/28 flaskless matchplate moulding machine introduced
2009 DISA FLEX 80 flaskline introduced
2008 DISA MATCH 32/32 (and 28/32), world largest flaskless matchplate moulding machine introduced
2008 DISA TOPS Process, Streamlined Gating System
2008 DISA RP core machine introduced
2007 DISA 231, world's fastest vertical moulding machine to set new standards in the industry
2007 DISA EP core machine introduced
1900 DISA was established and production of light machine guns started up
1930 A.P. Møller bought shares in DISA
1937 Georg Fischer (GF) started production of shot blast machines
1940-1961 DISA produced a variety of products like: sewing machines, refrigerators, tractors, televisions, petrol pumps, motorcycles & electronic devices
1962 A scale model of a DISAMATIC was presented at GIFA
1964 The first DISAMATIC vertical moulding machine was sold to the United Danish Iron Foundries
1986 Acquisition of BMD (shot blast, horizontal moulding and filter equipment)
1996 Founding of Georg Fischer DISA, a joint venture between DISA and Georg Fischer's foundry equipment division
2000 Acquisition of V&S (shot blast equipment)
2000 Founding of the DISA Group after the acquisition by DISA of all shares in the joint venture
2005 The DISA Air division sold to Dantherm
2005 DISA Group is acquired by Procuritas
2008 DISA Group is acquired by Mid Europa Partners
2009 DISA and Wheelabrator Group merge. Wheelabrator Group is the world-leading surface preparation provider, and the DISA surface preparation divison is rebranded Wheelabrator. DISA (moulding and foundry solutions) retains it's brand.
2014 DISA and Wheelabrator Group enter into a binding agreement with Altor Fund IV ("Altor") to sell a majority of its shares.
DECKEL MAHO-Str. 1
Telephone: +49 8363 892055
DMG MORI is the provider for integrated solutions in the manufacturing environment.
With Dynamic and Excellence, we advance future technologies. Our portfolio comprises turning and milling machines, the Advanced Technologies Ultrasonic, LASERTEC and Additive Manufacturing as well as consistent automation and digitization solutions. Our customer-focused services covering the entire life cycle of a machine tool include training, repair, maintenance and spare parts service.
DMG MORI has already been operating successfully on the market for ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING since 2013, namely for laser deposition welding using powder nozzle technology. The LASERTEC 3D and LASERTEC SLM series constitute the cornerstone of DMG MORI’s strategic focus in this future-oriented technology. While the LASERTEC 3D hybrid successfully combines laser deposition welding with a powder nozzle and 5-axis milling, the LASERTEC SLM series stands for selective laser melting in a powder bed. With its end-to-end competence, DMG MORI presents the most important generative machining processes under one roof and ranks as a full service provider and full-liner in both the additive production of metallic components and metal cutting finishing, and also boasts worldwide service and consulting.
DMG MORI ist der globale und nachhaltige Fortschrittmacher der Fertigungsindustrie.
Als ein weltweit führender Hersteller von Werkzeugmaschinen umfassen die ganzheitlichen Technologie-, Automatisierungs- und Digitalisierungslösungen innovative Dreh und Fräsmaschinen sowie die Advanced Technologies ULTRASONIC, LASERTEC und ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING. Seine Technologie-Exzellenz bündelt DMG MORI in den Leitbranchen „Aerospace“, „Automotive“, „Die & Mold“ und „Medical“.
Im ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING ist DMG MORI bereits seit 2013 mit dem Laserauftragsschweißen mittels Pulverdüse erfolgreich am Markt. Die Baureihen LASERTEC 3D und LASERTEC SLM bilden die Eckpfeiler der strategischen Ausrichtung von DMG MORI in dieser Zukunftstechnologie. Während die LASERTEC 3D hybrid erfolgreich das Laserauftragsschweißen mittels Pulverdüse mit dem 5-Achs-Fräsen kombiniert, steht die LASERTEC SLM Baureihe für das selektive Laserschmelzen im Pulverbett. Somit präsentiert DMG MORI mit durchgehender Kompetenz die wichtigsten generative Fertigungsverfahren unter einem Dach und gilt als Komplettanbieter und Full-Liner sowohl in der additiven Fertigung von Metallbauteilen als auch der zerspanenden Nachbearbeitung und das mit weltweitem Service und Consulting.
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