Built for efficiency and profitability for rolls 50 inches (1,270mm) in diameter and below. These pre-engineered systems are delivered wired, piped, and tested for more efficient start-ups and to minimize costs. Shafted or shaftless versions are available to accommodate a variety of applications including solution coating, extrusion coating, flat and embossed films, non-wovens, CPP, and BOPP films. The QFP is available in three sizes: 30-inch and 42-inch (762mm and 1,066mm) diameter models for rolls up to 3,000 pounds or 1,360 kg (Model 20); and a 50-inch (1,270mm) diameter model for rolls up to 5,000 pounds or 2,268 kg (Model 30). Pre-engineered models are available in widths up to 120 inches (3,048mm). All models have a maximum speed of 2,000 fpm (610 mpm).
Built for efficiency and profitability for rolls up to 50 inches (1,270mm) in diameter. These systems are capable of line speeds to 3,000 fpm (914 mpm) and designed for solution coating and extrusion coating applications such as silicone coating, label stock, and flexible packaging snack bags. Shaftless, individually adjustable arm configurations and dual direction capabilities provide processor versatility. Meridian systems are capable of handling rolls up to 8,000 pounds (3,628 kg) and in widths up to 160 inches (4,064mm).
H Beam Systems
Built for efficiency and profitability for rolls greater than 50 inches (1,270mm) in diameter. These systems are capable of line speeds up to 3,000 fpm (914 mpm) and are designed for solution coating and extrusion coating applications such as adhesive laminating and board coating. Shafted or shaftless individually adjustable arm configurations and dual direction capabilities provide processor versatility. H Beam systems are capable of handling rolls up to 84 inches (2,134mm) in diameter, up to 15,000 pounds (6,800) and in widths up to 200 inches (5,080mm).
Designed for in-line slitting and winding of large diameter product rolls on continuous process lines. Applications well suited for this winder include boards and laminates over 50 inches (1,270mm) in diameter as well as non-wovens sensitive to inwound tension. Features include a large diameter winding drum; precision nip pressure control; optional center-surface winding capability; optional tangential shear slitting section; and an integrated "S" wrap pull roll section. The Surfastart 2000 & 3000 features a controlled incline ramp for finished set rejection and roll-stop braking and optional support roll system for winding on small diameter core shafts. These features combined with the automatic self-contained roll and shaft handling system, improve productivity and minimize scrap.
Provides a cost and time-saving alternative by eliminating the slitting and rewinding steps for most processes, as well as scrap. This winder is widely used among hygienic film producers for applications such as diaper film, breathable film, and non-woven coating processes. High-speed, in-line slitting capabilities make the Horizontal a viable alternative to traditional turret winders. The winder's scrapless transfer mechanism generates high yields for extrusion applications by indexing the new core into a transfer position while the transfer is made without indexing the final roll. This is a faster, more efficient process when compared to standard turret winders which produce scrap during the index cycle of a full roll.
Super "T" Winders
Engineered for applications (i.e. release liners or tapes) where elimination of end roll waste is critical. This winder is capable of rolls up to 60 inches (1,524mm) in diameter with a 10,000 pound (4,536 kg) capacity. It features gap or controlled contact winding, center/surface winding capability, single direction stationary knife transfer, and auto core loading with latching on both sides.