Monday, 7 July 2014

Breton MIRAGE - Special high-removal head for granite levelling

Special high-removal head for granite levelling.
Each tool features an ideal (optimal) operating speed ensuring high removal and a longer service life.

The ideal speed of a diamond wheel on granite is approx. 30m/s.
Nobody has ever produced diamond satellite heads with a satellite rotation speed of 30m/s before. Breton developed MIRAGE, a head featuring a high tool rotation speed (30m/s equal to approx.  2.800rpm) and a low head rotation speed (about 250rpm).                    
Double tool service life with respect to a head with oscillating bricks.
- Double removal capacity with respect to a head with oscillating bricks.
- Outstanding capacity of leveling out the slab surface undulations thanks to the following combined effects:
  - High rotation speed of tools.
  - Low rotation speed of the head.
  - Large volume and high rigidity of the head.
  - 
Head diameter of 510mm.

- Cost of tooling
1,5  times higher than a head with 8 diamond swinging bricks.

- Tool service life 
2 times longer than a head with 8 diamond oscillating bricks.

Removal capacity
2 times higher than a head with 8 diamond oscillating bricks.

Tool cost per m2
62% lower than a head with 8 diamond oscillating bricks.

- Hourly output
2 heads Mirage increase the speed of a honing/polishing line by 10-15% while ensuring an excellent leveling quality.

Free maintenance for at least 4.000 hours.
- Replacement of gaskets, elastic components and oil every 4.000 hours.
- Bearings must be replaced every 25.000 hours.
- Gears last for the entire service life of the head.
Using a special kit, it can be installed also on Levibreton KG with 19 heads SG8 at work.
The head requires a 18,5 kW motor.
The head requires back pressure.
It is advisable to install 2 heads MIRAGE on the 2nd and 3rd position, respectively.
- The heads MIRAGE can’t be used on resin-treated slabs since they remove too much material.
For info and price write to mail@breton.it.
Thank you for attention.
Bye-bye
Sergio Prior

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