Removal of Slag from Fully Oxidized Material
Slag results from fully oxidized material adhering to the edge. This usually occurs during plasma and flame cutting. Where a burr can be small and even as minimal as just a very sharp edge slag is usually significant. Due to the cutting process it is usually always in thicker material ½” and up. Because of that you work in heavy plate up to 4” thick. Those parts have distortion (they do not lay flat) and therefore you need a large drum with soft rubber to make up for the distortion and thickness variances.
Our specialized brands for deslagging machines include:
NS Máquinas DM1100 DC
Deburrs and edge rounds inside and outside contours of thick steel parts mainly cut by plasma or oxyfuel. DM1100 DC has a large deburring drum to remove slag, and dross. It also has a double cross belt head which performs edge rounding leaving soft and clean edges.