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slitter

see teat slitter.
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Atlas specialises in the design and manufacture of slitter rewinders for a wide range of flexible materials, including plain and metallised plastic film.
The Slitter also provides orbital cuts on 1- to 2-inch innerducts.
The new slitter is being led to create 30 new jobs, which will be able to process steel coil in thicknesses of 0.
According to Mann Zeaiter, the plant manager at USGME's Dammam factory, the slitter equipment has the capacity to process approximately 100,000 tonnes of steel coil every year.
The slitter will be capable of processing master coils from 30 to 87 inches and up to 82,000 pounds.
The company is also offering an Omega HSR high-speed slitter inspection/rewinder, that deals with larger unwind/rewind diameters.
The floating block of the slitter provides vertically adjustable blade resiliency, providing the burrowing feature of the slitter.
Automated slitter positioning technology offers many opportunities to improve productivity; but achieving the benefits of automated slitter positioning depends upon installing slitting system hardware and controls that are appropriate for the application.
The shears are designed especially for processing linear scrap, such as ACSR cable, wire, tubing, baling wire, banding, bar stock, slitter scrap and scarf, cutting it to various lengths based upon user requirements.
The FM 84 foil slitter from Fletcher Machine allows foil to be cut from large rolls to a desired width.
Another critical materials handling step involved moving the rolls from the winder to a slitter and maneuvering the roll by backing into the slitter station.
Parkinson Technologies' Dusenbery brand introduced its latest slitter rewinder innovation, the DC4, at the ICE USA show in April.