VKM2 Valve Grinding Machine

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Specifications
Capacity:
   Valve stem diam.     
6-32,5mm
   Max. valve head diam.
200mm
   Valve seat angle  19°- 47°
Grinding spindle:  
   Grinding wheel diam.   175mm
   Speed at 50Hz 2790rpm
Work spindle  
   Speed at 50Hz 50rpm
   Option 5-60rpm
Coolant system:  
   Coolant capacity 5 liters
Power requirement:  
   Supply voltage
400V±10%
   (3ph 50/60Hz)          or
230V±10%
   Power input 0,5kW
Dimensions:
   Length 800mm
   Width 550mm
   Height 450mm
Weight:
   Net weight 155kg

 




       


  

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 
 


Features

Machine Base:
Heavily ribbed cast iron structure with integrated slideway for wheelhead . The machine base houses an industrial type flood pump for delivering coolant to the grinding site and a baffled coolant tank which can be drawn out for ease of cleaning.
   
Wheelhead:
Box type monobloc casting noted for excellent vibration dampening. Permanently sealed and lubricated grinding spindle.
The wheelhead houses also the the control panel for the motors.

Workhead and Steady Rest:
Monobloc work spindle housing with permanently sealed and lubricated work spindle bearings. Work spindle fitted with collet chuck for use of high precision collets.
Workhead located on an elongated swivel plate provided with a wide-spaced scale for angular adjustment.
An unique selfcentering steady rest fits on the swivel plate for additional support of long stem valves.
Both the workhead and the steady rest are adjustable along the swivel plate to clamp each valve on that part of the valve stem which normally travels in the valve guide.
The combination of collet chucking and the unique Hunger steadying provides double support of long valves to ensure the ultimate in valve refacing accuracy.

Dressing Attachment:
The dressing attachment is permanently mounted on the worktable for rapid wheel dressing.
 
Electrical System:
Individual grinding spindle motor, work spindle motor and coolant pump motor all controlled by switsches grouped in front of the wheelhead for ease of operation.