Specification of Fabric Inspection Rolling Machine

Fabric Inspection Rolling Machine 
Benefits
Defects and incorrect sizes are easily and rapidly discovered.
Suitable for all types for fabric including heavy and technical material.
Reduces fabric waste to minimum and guarantees only high quality fabric is delivered.
Tensionless handling of fabric by PLC Multi-Drive Synchronisation Technology
Works fast, efficient and requires only one operator.
Produces straight and presentable fabric rolls.
Tailor-made size from 2000 mm to 6500 mm

Features
Fabric inlet from roll or flat fold Form
Fabric outlet in roll form
Adjustable Fabric Tension
Auto-Stop at feed, if machine running out of fabric
Laminated Inspection Table
Top & Bottom Lights
Length Counter Meter for fabric length measurement
Sensor- type Edge Guiding for presentable roll (No Air or Oil required)
Full Length reversing for rechecking with Jog/Inching operation
Adjustable roll Compactness
Dancing Roller Mechanism for Multi Drive Synchronisation
Guide Rollers with Smooth finish
A. C. Inverter Drive with In-built software (Low electricity consumption)
Imported rubber emery on winding roll for extra life
Variable speed from 0 – 60 meter/min.
Utility Tray and Single phase Switch box is provided
Safety sensors and Emergency stop is provided

Suntech Fabric Rolling Machines

Roll slitting

Roll slitting is a shearing operation that cuts a large roll of material into narrower rolls. There are two types of slitting: log slitting and rewind slitting. In log slitting the roll of material is treated as a whole (the ‘log’) and one or more slices are taken from it without an unrolling/re-reeling process. In rewind slitting the web is unwound and run through the machine, passing through knives or lasers, before being rewound on one or more shafts to form narrower rolls. The multiple narrower strips of material may be known as mults (short for multiple) or pancakes if their diameter is much more than their width. For rewind slitting the machine used is called a slitter rewinder, a slitter or a slitting machine – these names are used interchangeably for the same machines. For particularly narrow and thin products, the pancakes become unstable, and then the rewind may be onto a bobbin-wound reel: the rewind bobbins are much wider than the slit width and the web oscillates across the reel as it is rewound. Apart from the stability benefit it is also then possible to put very long lengths, (frequently many tens of kilometres), onto one bobbin.