Atlas and Titan at Plastindia – Hall 11 Stand A04Latest CW Series and Titan SR9 slitter rewinders to be presentedAtlas Converting Equipment will participate at Plastindia 2015 in Gandhinagar between 5 and 10 February on Stand 11-A04 in Hall 11 where the latest developments in the Atlas CW Series and Titan SR9 Series slitter rewinders will be presented. Atlas and Titan slitter rewinders provide solutions for a wide range of flexible materials including plastic film, flexible packaging, labels, laminates and paper. In 2014, Titan celebrated its 50th Anniversary as a global leader in slitter rewinder technology.The new 4.8 metre-wide Atlas CW5400 Series slitter rewinderIn addition to the Atlas CW3600 and CW1040 Series slitter rewinders, the company has also recently introduced the CW5400 Series available in widths from 3.6 to 5.4 metres. The complete CW Series of more compact film slitting solutions now covers machine widths from 2.5 metres to 10.4 metres at speeds of up to 1,500 metres a minute.
Major benefits of the new Atlas CW Series technology platform include higher efficiency, increased productivity and reliability, higher quality rewind reels, reduced noise levels and more effective, operator-friendly control systems. The new CW Series has been designed to cope with the increasing speed of film production lines with faster acceleration and deceleration cycles. Compared to a conventional primary film slitter running at1,500 metres a minute and producing rewind lengths of 8,000 metres, the Atlas CW Series has a faster rewind cycle, but at only 1,200 metres a minite.
This latest Atlas technology features wireless rewind arm positioning, automatic knife positioning and direct drive web path rollers ensuring optimum web tension for films as thin as 6 microns and up to 125 microns. Electrical cabinets are now fully integrated in the machines to reduce the space required for installation with ‘under floor’ service channels no longer required. More than 60 of the new Atlas CW Series film slitters have now been sold to many film producers across the world.