A recoiler machine, also known as a material collector, is a device that automatically collects continuous material strips after processing and recoils them into coils. Choosing the right recoiler is crucial and should be based on the quality requirements of the recoiling (whether it is finished product or waste material), the properties of the material (width, thickness, weight), and the recoiling speed requirements.
For recoiling waste materials, there are three commonly used types of recoilers: light decoilers, hydraulic decoilers, and double head decoilers. Different types of decoiling equipment can be used depending on the material strip’s properties. For instance, light decoilers are suitable for edge trim and narrow strips, while hydraulic decoilers are better suited for wider and thicker materials. Double head decoilers can be used for efficient waste material recoiling, reducing downtime.
When recoiling finished product material strips, there are two types to consider. Ordinary material finished product recoiling requires a tension recoiler with a tensioning device before the recoiler. This ensures that the wound material is stable and compact. It can also be equipped with a pressure arm and a hydraulic expansion device to expand the range of applicable recoiling materials.
On the other hand, terminal material requires a special terminal material receiving machine. Induction-type and optical light-control terminal material receiving machines are used for collecting ordinary and precision terminals, respectively. For high-speed terminal punching and recoiling, an automatic disc-changing terminal material receiving machine is required.
In summary, selecting the right recoiler machine is important to ensure the stable and compact recoiling of materials. The type of machine chosen depends on the quality requirements of the recoiling, the properties of the material, and the recoiling speed requirements.