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Goebel Expands Application Range of KPW3 Slitter

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Small rolls intended for use in cash registers of supermarkets and gas stations, etc. as well as calculators, are usually used with small card board or plastic cores.

These cores, mostly with an interior diameter of about 13.5 to 17.5 mm, stabilize the initial rewinding of the roll and are used in certain devices to support the roll.  Often, however,  rolls are just simply put into the device (cradle), in which case a core is not required.

Therefore, Goebel has upgraded its Model KPW3 with some technical modifications, to rewind such cash register or similar rolls on the KPW3 in a coreless fashion.

The smallest interior diameter for coreless rolls is 15 mm.  Rewinding, separating and pounding of those rolls are performed without problems with the standard scope of the GOEBEL KPW3.

Apart from saving rewind cores, it is also important to note that coreless rewinding can be achieved on the Goebel KPW3 with a maximum working width of 1600 mm, i.e. the roll size most produced in the industry, 80x80 (80 mm roll width by 80 m roll length ), can be finished as a set of 20 rolls in one cycle.

By providing a large scale quality machine, the option of coreless rewinding expands the production portfolio of this worldwide renowned and extremely capable machine, which serves the small roll industry.  It is very obvious that the Goebel KPW3 can produce coreless, as well as traditional rewinding applications on cores, in a highly-profitable fashion.

For more  införmation on the Goebel Model KPW3 and the complete line of Goebel equipment call Wolfgang Ripper at Matik, Inc. 860-232-2323 or visit them on the web at www.matik.com

 

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