|These rugged flasks are heavy enough for most machine production jobs, yet light enough for the bench. Jig and fixture built for maximum accuracy and strengthened with the familiar HINES diagonal ribs. Moreover, "POP-OFF" flasks needn't be pounded for removal, no matter how heavily sand is rammed. Simply move the handles and off they pop! And, they last longer!|
|Serrations on the inside surface eliminate the need for sand strips-cope and drag sand is anchored so firmly there's no possibility of shift from vibration. These serrations also provide for perfect venting of the mold.|
|Two-part flasks are generally equipped with the standard No. 70 "POP-OFF" locking assemblies, shown in flask at right. The flask at left has the clevis closing mechanism that provides for simultaneous opening of two or more sections.|
STANDARD PIN CENTERS
|Material: Aluminum or Magnesium
Lengths: every inch, 12" to 24" (inside of parting)
Widths: every inch, 10" to 24" (inside of parting)
Depths: Cope: every ½ inch, 3" to 7"
Drag: every ½ inch, 3" to 7"
Other flask depths obtained by adding Upset Frames to cope and/or drag.
Taper: 3°, 4° or 5° Flanges: 1¼" wide
Facings: Steel, top of cope and bottom of drag.
"Pop-Off " Levers: No. 70 levers are standard equipment and
move up, or together, to locked position. Clevis assemblies
Handles: Available when specified.
Trunnions: For use on "Rota-Lift"® and Rol-N-Rap® machines, at extra cost.
|Double round pins and guides-flask
length plus 2¾"
Single round or hex pins, guides or bushings-flask length plus 3¾"
"V" pins and guides (apex to apex)-flask length plus 4¼" All pins, guides and bushings are HINES STANDARDS only
Machined pads for customers to attach their own pins.