In the fascinating world of machinery assembly, the establishment of a decoiler represents a culmination of intricate, precise techniques. The motor and reducer’s initial attachment on the base within the frame kick-starts this remarkable process. Following this, the main shaft finds its position on the frame through the bearing seat. The active belt wheel, conveniently located at the rear of the bearing seat, connects the main shaft to the material rack’s reducer through a transmission belt. This connection fuels the rotation of the material rack with the power it needs.

Unfolding the Complex Installation of the Decoiler’s Expanding and Contracting Coil Drum

The decoiler assembly delves deeper into complexity as the expanding and contracting coil drum enters the scene. Its setup involves the harmonious integration of the connecting rod, supporting plate, fixed plate, adjustment sleeve, and tightening nut.

Four fixed plates attach themselves radially at the main shaft’s midpoint, while the adjustment sleeve finds its place on the main shaft. The latter is positioned axially at the fixed plate’s endpoints. Simultaneously, the supporting plates, four in number, settle radially around the main shaft. Each decoiler supporting plate bridges the fixed plate and the adjustment sleeve with the connecting rod. The tightening nut sits axially on the outer end of the adjustment sleeve, and its adjustments facilitate the supporting plate’s expansion or contraction.

The Assembly and Installation of the Bearing onto the Expanding and Contracting Coil Drum

The assembly journey continues with the installation of the bearing onto the coil drum, which is then integrated into the coil plate. By maneuvering the tightening nut and altering the adjustment sleeve’s position, the supporting plate’s outward expansion can be controlled. This control ensures a firm grasp on the coil plate’s interior side, thereby enabling the coil plate to be supported by the expanding and contracting drum.

Subsequently, the coil plate and coil drum find their spot on the frame. A backing wheel is introduced to the coil plate’s rear, a strategic move designed to restrict its expansion and contraction effectively.

Securing the Decoiler’s Components and Final Assembly

Following the drum’s installation, an induction rod is secured to the flange mounting seat on the decoiler’s discharge port side. The electrical box is then mounted on the material rack’s side. This completes the connections for the motor wire and induction wire, indicating the end of the decoiler assembly process.

To ensure the assembly’s quality, each step in the decoiler assembly process is scrutinized by expert technicians. The machinery undergoes eight comprehensive performance tests after full assembly, followed by a rigorous workshop trial lasting more than 48 hours before being cleared for factory release. This meticulous process confirms the reliability of each decoiler delivered to our esteemed customers, thereby enhancing their trust in its functionality.