Titan slitter-rewinder tech

Latest range at ICE Europe 2015

The advanced Titan SR9-DT dual turret slitter-rewinder

At ICE Europe 2015 in Munich, Germany to be held from 10 to 12 March at Hall A6 Stand A6-245 Atlas Converting Equipment will showcase the latest technology in Titan slitter-rewinders. Moreover, the company will present the latest developments in its range of Atlas
slitter-rewinders covering web widths from 2.5 to 10.4 metres. Atlas & Titan provides solutions for slitting and rewinding a wide range of flexible materials including plain, printed and coated plastic films, flexible packaging, laminates, label materials and paper.

The new generation of Titan SR9 Series slitter-rewinders provide good levels of slitting productivity, design modularity and rewindreel quality in machine widths of 1,650 mm and 2,250 mm for high volume production printers and converters. New features include reduced power consumption, faster setup time and improved sustainability factoring in the environment. A linear tracking slitter section ensures a short and constant web length between the knives and rewind shafts to deliver the high quality rewind reels at speeds of up to 1,000 metres a minute.

The Atlas CW1040 Series has been designed to cope with the increasing speed of film production lines with faster acceleration and deceleration cycles. 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 micron and up to 125 micron. Electrical cabinets are now fully integrated into 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 been sold to many film producers across the world.

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