Dual-Pan Coiling Machine Neatens Cables

Jan. 26, 2010
The CableCoiler 1300 is a fully synchronized, high-speed coiler that interfaces with cut or cut-and-strip machines. Two high-speed coiling pans and a user-friendly color touchscreen make the CableCoiler 1300 a fast and efficient means of ...

The CableCoiler 1300 is a fully synchronized, high-speed coiler that interfaces with cut or cut-and-strip machines. Two high-speed coiling pans and a user-friendly color touchscreen make the CableCoiler 1300 a fast and efficient means of coiling wire, cable, and other round materials. The all-electric coiler processes cable diameters to 0.5 in., coiling diameters from 4.3 to 9.0 in., and weights to 22 lbs. The alternating process of a dual-pan coiling system vows to eliminate unproductive waiting times. While the operator is unloading a completed coil from the first coiling pan, the next coil is being produced in the second coiling pan. Plus, an anti-slip surface and coiling pins inside of the coiling pans assure a controlled coiling process.

Schleuniger, Inc., 87 Colin Dr., Manchester, NH 03103; (603) 668- 8117, FAX: (603) 668-8119, e-mail: [email protected], Internet: www.schleuniger-na.com.

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