Ultrasonic cleaning uses ultrasound (20 to 40kHz) to agitate a liquid and induce cavitation bubbles. This cavitation produces high localized forces and when components are passed through this agitated fluid, these localized forces dislodge contaminants thereby thoroughly cleaning the components. Unlike traditional cleaning methods, cavitation effects produced by ultrasonic cleaning also penetrate blind holes, crevices, and other difficult to reach places ensuring that the entire surface area of the component is thoroughly cleaned. A variety of fluids can be used as a cleaning agent depending on the type of contaminants and component material.
Forging Press Automation
Hot forging press shops are some of the most accident-prone areas due to the heavy equipment utilized and difficult working conditions. Innomation has designed and developed a range of forge tending automation solutions that eliminate the need for manual intervention near forging presses, thereby drastically increasing both the safety and consistency of production.
Our forge tending automation range starts with simple 3 axis manipulator arms designed to tend light and medium-duty forges up to 1000 metric tons and increases in complexity up to 6 axis multi-stage robotic arms designed to suit the heavy forging operations with multiple stroke operations.
Pen Sleeving Automation
Sleeve insertion and shrink wrapping is a process in the manufacture of all kinds of sketch and marker pens. Innomation has designed and developed high speed high performance sleeve insertion and shrink wrapping line that achieves the higher quality positioning and shrink quality.