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Edge Protection

This is the latest version of our edge protection range. The new features are the ability to quickly change profiles and the servo drive to the guillotine allowing high cycling rates and maintaining accurate length at all speeds. The length of product can be changed without stopping simply by changing the information on the illuminated keypad.

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Unwind Stands

The cascade system applies consistent gluing with minimum ply deflection and excellent ply tension control. Providing capacity for 30 plies; an air operated pump gives re-circulated glue through a filter delivering glue to each ply.

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Slitter/Rewinder

The machine is a very easy and fast system for slitting of board because there is only one shaft rewinding. It is built from a strong pre-fabricated frame to eliminate vibration when running at top speed. The high quality rewinding and separation of the finished rolls is ensured by a special rubber ‘banana’ shaft bow spreader and by a system of adjusting the pressure of the bottom press roll.

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Paper End Machine

Here we have a paper end machine with three tool stations putting a cardboard disk in the base of the can and sealing it. The discs for the base are punched from board fed from a separate reel stand. A touch screen, mounted on the front face of the cabinet, governs all the actions of the machine. Because this is all digitally controlled and NO timers are involved the speed of the machine can be changed without affecting the core parameters.

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Packing Line

The Perkin L4F flying knife winder is a compact machine that has been designed to give economic , high speed production of dry cell battery cases, tampon cases, household film and foil tubes, toilet roll centres and other small diameter thin walled tubes.

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Cap Inserter

The cap inserter is a simple PLC controlled, rapid operation machine. The cores are fed along an input conveyor from the previous process. Tube guides, pneumatic pushers and tick-tock gates move the cores through the machine and out again onto a conveyor taking cores to the next process.

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