Press Release Summary:
With Mark II CR, users can generate finished rolls on contractor size cores ranging from 1.0-6.0 in. and widths from 54-120 in. System is designed to produce 50-150 linear foot finished rolls of non-woven, film, paper, or laminated web materials for various end products. It will automatically load new cores, start new roll, glue tail, and eject finished roll with cycle time of less than 30 sec.
Original Press Release:
Parkinson Technologies Inc. Introduces a New Contractor Roll Winder to Its Product Line
February 21, 2007 Woonsocket, RI - USA
As customer needs evolve and higher performance is demanded, Parkinson Technologies Inc. responds with new products. Parkinson's new Contractor Roll Winder is designed to produce finished rolls in line with the process or off-line from jumbo rolls. With the Contractor Roll Winder, the customer can generate finished rolls on contractor size cores ranging from 1.0 to 6.0 inches and widths from 54 to 120 inches. The winder features a high degree of automation which results in reduced manual labor and increased productivity.
The Contractor Roll Winder, known as The Mark II CR , is designed to produce 50 to 150 linear foot finished rolls of non-woven, film, paper, or laminated web materials for various end products. The winder system will automatically load new cores, start a new roll, glue the tail, and eject a finished roll with a cycle time of less than 30 seconds. This is a rugged system designed for continuous mill duty with an extremely high degree of reliability.
Parkinson Technologies Inc. is a leading designer and manufacturer of large-scale web-handling, winding and plastics processing equipment. With a world-class pilot plant facility, Parkinson also offers its customers complete flexibility to conduct plastics sheet/film extrusion and orientation R&D and to produce commercially viable marketing samples. Parkinson's customers include a broad range of companies, from venture-backed startups to Fortune 50 enterprises, all of whom demand innovative solutions to their web processing challenges.
For more information, please visit www.parkinsontechnologies.com