SLAC Hexad conversion system is researched for aluminum ends.
The presses of this system are all using Minster ECH-125 series presses. It's a high speed system. The press speed is 750 stroke per minute, and this system can produce 4500 ends per minute. It is suitable for the ends which diameter 202 and below. The capacity is 50% more than the four-out system, and the tab material's utilization ratio of this system is 4.5% more than the four-out system.
SLAC coil feeding shell system is built on a Minster or Bruderer press. It can run at high speed stably and is convenient for maintenance. The feeding rollers are dual servo drive, which will not cause indentation on the surface of the coil when the shell system is fed at high speed steadily.
SLAC coil feeding shell system is built on a Minster or Bruderer press. It can run at high speed stably and is easy to maintain.
SLAC Sheet Feeding shell system is built on either the Minster or Chinese brand press. It can run consistently at high speed and is easy to maintain. The feeding mechanism can be dismantled by an air-suspending mechanism quickly and has clamping jaws to catch the sheets.
The shell tooling has an air pressure forming structure so that the shell specs can stay consistent. Additionally, the tooling parts have a long service life and are easily replaced. Vacuum system makes the shells stick onto the transfer belts and be carried into the Curler. There are 4 Curlers, whose simple configuration is easy to adjust insuring that the produced shells have consistent specs. Overall maintenance cost is low.
The post repair machine applies to score line repair for Easy Open Ends. It features stable production, low power consumption and easy maintenance. It can run different ends sizes / types depending on the customers' request.
The new design of our machines meets and beats all other types of machines offered on the market.
We have also achieved better performances giving more immersion time, checking the process end by end, reducing bath foaming and solution waste, and reducing cleaning and maintenance down-times.
The total accessibility of any parts makes this machine “user-friendly” for the operator.
The SLAC Automatic Balancing System balances the outputs between shell system and the Liner as well as the outputs between the Liner and conversion system, thus improving the efficiency of the production line. This system is stable, has low power consumption and is easy to maintain and repair. It can be customized into servo driven, and the number of robots can be one or two.
SLAC Auto Bagger is designed to pack the Easy Open Ends production automatically, including functions like counting, ends separating, pushing ends into paper bags, sealing the bags automatically and auto stacking. This system offers stability, low power consumption and is convenient to maintain and repair. It can be customized to be servo driven, and the number of robots can be one or two.
This machine has been developed to automatically shrink wrap steel and aluminum ends.
The ends coming from the production lines are counted (accuracy ± 1 end per sleeve), separated into a stack and then picked up by a gripper. The gripper moves on a system of x-y axes and transports the stick to the wrapping station, where it is wrapped using micro-perforated plastic film, heat-sealed longitudinally and then heat shrunk by hot air blowers during transport through a step roller conveyor to the out-feed of the machine.
The machine can be tooled with one to 5 lanes and will conform to the required safety and accident prevention requirements.
SLAC has introduced a new bodymaker model SC-8824-BM. It is designed to provide a stable, reliable production of two-piece DWI can-bodies. Its speed can reach 400 CPM. The Bodymaker SC-8824-BM uses a 610mm stroke which covers the can size from 202 to 300 with a maximum can height of 182 mm.
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