|Power supply||50 kW, 3-phase 360-480 V, 50/60 Hz
(other voltages optionally available)
|Fusing||Power source must be 3-phase 125 A fused|
|Energy efficiency||Approximately 90%|
|Protection class||IP 69 (Ex-version optionally available)|
|Cooling system||Water cooling (closed-loop cooling optionally available) min. 12 l/min clean freshwater (3 US gall)
at min. 4 bar pressure
|Weight||220 kg (460 lbs)|
|L x W x H||800 x 600 x 800 mm (32 x 24 x 32 in.)|
RPR is supplied with CE marking and Manufacturer’s CE Declaration of Conformity
A 1-year warranty on defective parts and good workmanship is applicable, subject to proper handling, use and maintenance of the equipment by the user, in compliance with the relevant User Manual and Warranty Terms.
RPR versus Conventional surface preparation
Abrasive blasting and water jetting are established and excellent surface preparation methods, each with their specific characteristics and merits. RPR will not always be suitable to replace these methods. However, abrasive blasting will increase the waste mass and its related high collection and disposal costs by a factor of many times, while, depending on local conditions and regulations, water jetting often requires continuous pickup, decontamination and recycling of water.
When and where the RPR system is suitable and appropriate, it offers significant economic, technical and environmental advantages. In general, thick and difficult to blast coatings are handled best with the RPR induction method.