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Hunter Foundry Machinery Corp.

2222 Hammond Drive, 60196 Schaumburg, IL
USA
Telephone +1 847 3975110
Fax +1 847 3036717
info@hunterfoundry.com

Hall map

GIFA 2019 hall map (Hall 15): stand F01

Fairground map

GIFA 2019 fairground map: Hall 15

Contact

Mike Hughes

Phone
8473975122

Email
MHughes@HunterFoundry.com

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Moulding and core making
  • 05.01  Moulding machines and plants for bentonite-bonded sands
  • 05.01.01  Moulding machines
  • 05  Moulding and core making
  • 05.01  Moulding machines and plants for bentonite-bonded sands
  • 05.01.02  Moulding plants, flaskless

Moulding plants, flaskless

  • 05  Moulding and core making
  • 05.04  Moulding and core making machines, accessories
  • 05.04.03  Mould handling equipment

Mould handling equipment

Our products

Product category: Moulding machines

The HLM Series

Hunter's premier HLM Series' brings smooth, quiet, energy-efficient operation and stability, plus lower maintenance requirements, providing customers with increased productivity and profit potential.

The first product in our line, the HLM-10 Linear Motion machine, combines and integrates magnetically coupled rod-less cylinders with sealed linear bearings. Its smooth, quiet, energy-efficient operation, maximum stability and lower maintenance requirements can increase your productivity and profitability. So wear and degradation on cam followers, wheels, tracks, rails and other mechanical components are now a thing of the past.

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Product category: Mould handling equipment

HLH TYPE I System

The mold is pushed out of the molding machine onto a self storing automatic mold conveyor. This conveyor provides unpoured mold storage and quickly transports molds on demand to the pouring line.
 
The mold is then pushed off the aluminum bottom board onto a graphite lined cast iron pouring pallet. Bottom board is returned automatically to the molding machine.
 
After the mold is pushed onto the pouring line, the weight and jacket are automatically set. The weight is set first and then the jacket, insuring that setting the jacket does not cause mold shift.
 
Molds are gently indexed forward to the pouring zone. Molds can be automatically indexed to the pourer for single station pouring or the pourer can move up the line to pour at multiple positions.
 
After pouring, the molds continue to cool under weights and jackets until they reach the end of the pouring line. At the end of the line a combination lowering and transfer device lowers the pallet and mold (with the weight and jacket in place) from the top to the bottom level. It then pushes the line of pallets on the bottom level forward one position in the opposite direction.
 
The molds continue to cool on the bottom level as they move toward the lift transfer device on the other end of the system. This unit lifts the pallet from the bottom to the top level, and then pushes the line of pallets on the top level forward one position in the opposite direction.
 
The weight and jacket are then stripped and the cooled mold is pushed laterally onto a vibrating pan or shake-out conveyor (provided by others). The weight and jacket are then set down on the empty pouring pallet and indexed forward one position to the mold loading station. The weight and jacket are then picked up and the sequence repeats as a new unpoured mold is pushed onto the pallet and the weight and jacket are precisely set on the incoming mold.

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Product category: Mould handling equipment

HLH TYPE II System

Double row combined pouring and cooling line

Cooling times up to 45 minutes.

With the Type II molds can pass through the system a second time without weights and jackets for additional cooling before they are discharged.

The mold is pushed out of the molding machine onto a self storing automatic mold conveyor. This conveyor provides unpoured mold storage and quickly transports molds on demand to the pouring line.

The mold is then pushed off the aluminum bottom board onto a graphite lined cast iron pouring pallet. Bottom board is returned automatically to the molding machine.

After the mold is pushed onto the pouring line, the weight and jacket are automatically set. The weight is set first and then the jacket, insuring that setting the jacket does not cause mold shift.

Molds are gently indexed forward to the pouring zone. Molds can be automatically indexed to the pourer for single station pouring or the pourer can move up the line to pour at multiple positions.

After pouring, the molds continue to cool under weights and jackets until they reach the end of the pouring line. At the end of the line a combination lowering and transfer device lowers the pallet and mold (with the weight and jacket in place) from the top to the bottom level. It then pushes the line of pallets on the bottom level forward one position in the opposite direction.

The molds continue to cool on the bottom level as they move toward the lift transfer device on the other end of the system. This unit lifts the pallet from the bottom to the top level, and then pushes the line of pallets on the top level forward one position in the opposite direction.

The weight and jacket are then stripped and the cooled mold is pushed laterally onto the backside of the pallet for additional cooling. Each pallet contains two molds, one on the pouring line with a weight and jacket, and one on the cooling line without a weight and jacket. After the pusher retracts, the weight and jacket are then set down on the empty pouring pallet and indexed forward one position to the mold loading station. The weight and jacket are then picked up and the sequence repeats as a new unpoured mold is pushed onto the pallet and the weight and jacket are precisely set on the incoming mold.

After the poured mold is pushed onto the cooling row, it continues to cool without a weight and jacket. The mold makes a second pass through the system until the mold and pallet eventually reach the discharge position at the top level, where they are dumped onto a vibrating pan or shake-out conveyor. Molds are discharged one at a time.

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Product category: Moulding machines

HUNTER INTRODUCES NEW HTBB MACHINE

Hunter Foundry Machinery Corporation is introducing a patented, new top/bottom blow molding machine to complement its existing HLM gravity fill models. Adding these stand-alone HTBB models provides more options for our customers.

Using adjustable hydraulic squeezing, the HTBB delivers higher squeeze pressure and produces more consistent and uniform mold surface hardness. This significantly improves the casting finish and reduces any required machining.  It also reduces the amount of pattern spray consumption making it more environmentally friendly.

 The HTBB top/bottom blow process eliminates shadow effect common in side blow machines. It allows foundries to produce more complex castings with deeper pockets. The variable mold height adjustment capability improves sand yield and casting quality.

Stop by our booth to view the machine and learn more.

 

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About us

Company details

HUNTER FOUNDRY MACHINERY CORPORATION
A WEALTH OF INNOVATION, A WORLD OF SUPPORT.

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