EXAMPLE 1: Complete Mixhead Rebuild
The RIM manager found this Cannon FPL-14 mix head in a scrap bin. Many of its parts had been stripped to repair other polyurethane foam mixing heads.
What we did:
- Disassembled, cleaned and inspected the mix head.
- Manufactured new ring plates, banjo bolts, blocks and cleanout and pour pistons.
- Resized the mixhead block piston chambers to match the new pistons.
- Applied a new finish coat.
- Reassembled the mix head with new seals.
- Hydraulically tested the mix head to ensure the seals held pressure and the new pistons operated correctly.