Dura-Loop No-Bake Molding Systems

The principles that Palmer Manufacturing and Supply, Inc. were founded on have now combined to rapidly expand our available product line. The result of this expansion is our line of DURA-LOOP No-Bake Molding Systems.

Description

Known for years in the foundry industry, Palmer has developed the reputation for building heavy, reliable, hard working equipment designed for years of use in the rugged environment of the foundry. This same philosophy and ability goes into our manual, semi-automated, and fully automated molding systems.

Starting with the base package, the designs for molding systems are based on ease of use by the equipment operators and ease of maintenance by the equipment support groups.

No longer do you have to deal with a conveying system that constantly breaks down, operators that “pace” the process, unreliable control packages, or system layouts that do not meet your needs.

Palmer brings the hands on experience of the foundry to molding system design and installation. By completing the attached questionnaire and returning it to our sales group, we can quickly develop a system to meet your current production requirements with the ability to expand to your future needs. Be assured that our staff knows their cope from the drag and understands the interrelation between molding system components and queuing systems.

Whether your foundry is starting from scratch or you require a retrofit to an existing molding system, Palmer can help. Customization and the ability to meet your exact requirements are our strength.

Dura-Loop

Molding System Components Include: 

  • Sand Heaters 
  • Sand Heater / Cooler / Classifiers 
  • Sand Mixers 
  • Compaction Tables 
  • Rollover / Draw Machines 
  • Mold Handlers 
  • Flow-Coating Systems 
  • Transfer Cars 
  • Turn-Tables 
  • Pop-Up Transfers 
  • Palmerveyor Super Duty Conveyor 
  • Automated Mold Handling Systems 
  • Pour-Off Deck Systems 
  • Shakeout and Sand Reprocessing 
  • Sand Storage Silos 
  • The list goes on and on…