Product News: Machinery & Machining Tools
S-SSL-0630-PBR Automatic Splicer features touch screen interface.
Press Release Summary:
November 14, 2016 -
Designed with cantilevered roll loading, S-SSL-0630-PBR Splicer features auto registered splicing system for auto compensation of speed change. Featured with turetting unwind roll system, unit is capable for minimal roll lifting. With space saving design, unit’s splice mechanism is coupled with turreting unwind, allows for applying tape on same side of the web and is suitable for packaging, plastics and converting industries.
Original Press Release
Space Saving Auto Splicer Provides Non-Stop Production
Press release date: November 11, 2016
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CTC International introduces model S-SSL-0630-PBR Compact Automatic Splicer with controls for splicing printed web 'in register'. This new machine allows non-stop production via high speed automatic roll changes.
The space saving design allows automatic splicing to be added in the smallest spaces. The ergonomically designed turreting unwind roll system allows for the most convenient roll loading height close to the floor for minimal roll lifting.
The unique splice mechanism coupled with the turreting unwind, allows for the splice tape to always be applied to the same side of the web, reducing the possibility of web tear or snag due to folding in the process line.
Machine is equipped with CTC’s unique auto register system for splicing of pre-printed materials in register. This unique system has the ability to splice in perfect registration regardless of speed changes during the process.
Splicer is an excellent selection for a wide range of materials used in the Packaging, Plastics and Converting industries. It can be application engineered for a variety of diameters, web widths, web tensions and line speeds.
- Ultra-compact Design
- Touch Screen operator interface.
- Tape always on the same side of the Web.
- Industry Standard PLC Control
- Cantilevered roll loading
- Accurate registered splicing has auto compensation for speed changes
For more info please contact
Rich Herbert at CTC