Heavy Duty Unwind Stand accommodates up to 40 in. dia rolls.
August 31, 2009 -
Featuring integral roll lifting system that is supported using 2 heavy duty air cylinders, Model SHDL-900-EG edge guided constant tension stand is capable of lifting rolls exceeding 850 lb in weight. It has heavy-duty double end supported design and can handle variety of materials including tag, label, board, film, paper, foil, and other materials used in packaging and converting applications. Options include splicing table, web pen marking system, and end of roll indicator.
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CTC International, Inc.
11 York Ave., P.O. Box 1137
West Caldwell, NJ, 07006
Heavy Duty Unwind Stand with Integral Roll Lifting Engineered for Many Converting Applications
West Caldwell, NJ, August 12, 2009: CTC International introduces its Model SHDL-900-EG Edge Guided Heavy Duty Constant Tension Unwind Stand.
The unwind stand can handle a variety of materials including tag, label, board, film, paper, foil and other materials used in packaging and converting applications.
The Heavy-duty double end supported design allows rolls as large as 40" diameter to easily be accommodated. Rolls are unwound from a removable air shaft supported at both ends by safety locking chucks
The Stand features an integral roll lifting system using 2 heavy duty air cylinders and a minimum number of parts, and is capable of lifting rolls exceeding 850 lbs. in weight.
The "closed loop" pneumatic tension Control system utilizes a generously sized web festoon whose position proportionally controls a heavy duty pneumatic braking system, providing precise web tension. Web tension is easily adjustable while running.
Options include splicing table, web pen marking system and "end of roll" indicator. The machine is customizable for a variety of Diameters, Web Widths and core sizes and can be manufactured to meet CE compliance.
For more information please contact Rich Herbert at CTC.