Some parts to be purified have blind holes, undercuts or other difficult geometries which can lead to considerable problems during electroplating. Often, a simple tilting movement doesn`t help but the parts have to be turned around through 360 degrees to achieve the desired result. For this purpose, we design and build individual or universal turning racks. The two-dimensional and three-dimensional movement of the material in the electroplating bath also optimize the electrolyte exchange, thus ensuring a uniform coating. The drive is usually provided by a motor at the upper end of the rack. The turning units are set in motion either by special cogs or by a chain drive. The rotational speed can be regulated by an integrated control unit.
The power can be supplied either directly via the system or via separate battery packs. The packs are small, flexible and quickly exchangeable. The current power levels of the batteries can be read off via an integrated display.
In order to be able to use the turning racks universally, in many cases the individual crossbars or the entire turning tiers can be exchanged.