Slitting Machine cuts through outer jacket of insulated cables.
November 11, 2009 -
With patented floating blade system, JacketStrip 8310 can process round or out-of-round cables without damaging underlying cable layers. Unit can slit various cable insulation materials such as PVC, PUR, rubber, Teflon®, Tefzel®, and Kapton. It can process cables from 0.1-1.0 in. diameter with stripping lengths up to 20 in. If length scale is removed, lengths greater than 20 in. can be processed. Rotating blade system follows contour of cable, ensuring precise radial slitting of jacket.
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87 Colin Dr.
Manchester, NH, 03103
JacketStrip 8310 Jacket Slitting Machine
The JacketStrip 8310 precisely slits the outer jacket of insulated cables. With its unique patented floating blade system, round or out-of-round cables can be processed without damaging the underlying cable layers.
The new Schleuniger JacketStrip 8310 can slit various cable insulation materials such as PVC, PUR, rubber, Teflon®, Tefzel®, Kapton, etc. It can process cables from 0.1 - 1.0" (2.5 - 25 mm) in diameter and stripping lengths up to 20" (500 mm). If the length scale is removed, lengths greater than 20" (500 mm) can be processed.
A patented rotating blade system follows the contour of the cable, ensuring precise radial slitting of the cable jacket. If desired, the cable jacket can also be slit axially (lengthwise) while extracting it from the machine. After the slits have been made, the insulation jacket can be easily removed by hand.
The JacketStrip 8310 is programmed via a color touchscreen. Easy to understand icons, combined with a clear menu structure, ensure a user-friendly machine interface.
Simple operation, short cycle times and a universal blade design guarantee a good return on investment.
More information can be found at www.schleuniger-na.com. Should you have any questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (603) 668-8117.