RANSBURG INDUSTRIAL FINISHING K.K.
|RANSBURG INDUSTRIAL FINISHING K.K. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150014445||Spray Device and Process for Manufacturing the Same - A lightweight spray device with spray body that is suitable for precision cast molding, solving general casting problems, such as shrinkage and bubbling; and a process for manufacturing the same. The spray device is one with magnesium spray body provided with a spray part and a handle part, characterized in that the magnesium spray body is one formed with the use of a mold for magnesium spray body wherein a first slide pin is provided at a region where the spray part and the handle part cross each other and wherein around the first slide pin, there is provided a product melt orifice.||01-15-2015|
|20140134344||ROTARY ATOMIZER - In a rotary atomizer (||05-15-2014|
|20140131478||ROTARY ATOMIZER - In a rotary atomizer (||05-15-2014|
|20130153681||Rotary Atomizing Head For Electrostatic Coater - A rotary atomizing head enables cleaning by decomposing from the atomizing head, and enables internal cleaning without decomposing to individual components when paint is changed to a new one of another color. A structural component has a front wall acting as a hub, side wall extending rearward from an outer circumferential perimeter of the front wall to make a circumferentially continuous plane, legs each having a pawl and a bottom wall. The structural component is detachably mounted in a central concavity of an atomizing head body. A bottom wall of the structural component has formed a spoon-cut recess. The central concavity has an inclined circumferential wall, and the side wall of the structural component has an inclined outer circumferential surface complementary with the circumferential wall of the atomizing head body to get in substantial contact with the circumferential wall throughout the entire area of the outer circumferential wall.||06-20-2013|
|20130026258||Rotary Atomizer Head Of Electrostatic Paint Applicator - A functional member removably attachable to an atomizer head body||01-31-2013|
|20120031329||ELECTROSTATIC COATING APPARATUS - Provided is an electrostatic coating apparatus capable of insulating an electric motor electrically from a member, to which an electrostatic high voltage is applied, and reducing the size and weight of the electrostatic coating apparatus. This electrostatic coating apparatus comprises a rotary atomizing head, to which high voltage is electrostatically applied, an electrostatically grounded AC servomotor, and a spindle and a fixed insulating member for insulating the AC servomotor electrically from the rotary atomizing head and a speed-increasing device to be set at the same potential as that of the former. The spindle and the fixed insulating member have insulation distance enlarging portions of the mode, in which the creepage insulation distances from the speed-increasing device to the AC servomotor are enlarged.||02-09-2012|
|20110014387||ROTARY ATOMIZER AND COATING PATTERN CONTROL METHOD - A rotary electrostatic atomizer uses shaping air and pattern control air. Shaping airflow is supplied from shaping air holes aligned along outer one of concentric circles that are concentric with the rotation axis of the bell cup and located behind the front end of the bell cup. Pattern control airflow is supplied from pattern control air holes aligned along inner one of the concentric circles. Both the shaping air flow and the pattern control airflow are expelled in circumferentially twisted directions substantially with an equal twist angle opposite from the rotating direction of the bell cup. The shaping airflow passes a circular line near to and radially outwardly apart from the outer perimeter of the bell cup. The pattern control airflow intersects the shaping airflow from radially inside at the position near to and radially outwardly apart from the outer perimeter of the bell cup. Thereby, the pattern control airflow gives the shaping airflow a radially outward force to enhance the centrifugal force of the shaping air and enlarge the coating pattern regulated by the shaping airflow.||01-20-2011|
|20100307413||PAINT ROBOT AND PAINT CARTRIDGE - An arm of a coating robot is used to prevent external leakage of a high voltage. A tank is installed on a robotic arm and contains water as an actuating liquid. The water is supplied to a paint cartridge by a pump controlled by a controller. The water sent from the pump under pressure is supplied to the paint cartridge by a conduit tube. A high voltage generator and a bleeder resistor are combined with the tank such that a high voltage generated by the high voltage generator is supplied to the electrostatic paint applicator via the water. For replenishment of water to the tank is attained by relatively connecting a nozzle in communication with a water source to a main pipe. While the high voltage generator generates a high voltage, the nozzle and the main pipe are kept disconnected to maintain electrical insulation between the nozzle and the main pipe.||12-09-2010|
|20100229792||ELECTROSTATIC COATING APPARATUS - Intended is to enable an electrostatic coating apparatus including a plurality of needle electrodes formed in an annular shape and having a blot preventing function, to prevent the generation of a spark discharge reliably, in case an arbitrary needle electrode approaches an earth element, and to keep the intensity of a generated electrostatic field properly. A coating gun comprises a blot preventing device including a ring-shaped electrode unit having a plurality of needle electrodes protruding radially at a substantially equal spacing radially outward from an annular base member, and a high-voltage generator for applying a high voltage to the electrode unit. The needle electrodes are connected in parallel with the high-voltage generator through individual resistors, block-by-block resistors and built-in resistors.||09-16-2010|
|20100140375||ROTARY ATOMIZER - In a rotary atomizer (||06-10-2010|
|20090108109||Electrostatic Coating System - An electrostatic coating system includes a coating robot (||04-30-2009|
Patent applications by RANSBURG INDUSTRIAL FINISHING K.K.