The decoiler, a vital material feeding and unwinding equipment in stamping processing production, has earned its popularity due to user-friendly operation, excellent stability, high load-bearing capacity, extensive customization options, and remarkable durability. As a specialized manufacturer of decoilers, we take pride in delivering products that are renowned for their stability and long lifespan. Our main frame is expertly constructed with structural steel, A3 steel plate, and a #45 steel forged bearing seat, all meticulously welded together for superior strength. To ensure precision, our wall panels, hole positions, and main components undergo CNC machining, while the bearings, gears, and components meet the highest quality standards. For outstanding performance and long service life, we incorporate electrical components from reputable Japanese brands. The result is a decoiler that continues to operate efficiently, even a decade after its manufacture, without any faults.

To fully capitalize on the stable and efficient production capabilities of our decoilers and maximize their lifespan, proper maintenance and upkeep are crucial. Fortunately, thanks to their relatively simple structure, maintaining and caring for decoilers is straightforward. Below, we outline the key points to address:

1. Ensure Proper Grounding before Operation

Before starting the machine, it is essential to check the grounding of the decoiler. Proper grounding not only protects against electrical damage but also ensures the safety of personnel operating the equipment. Verify that the grounding is secure to avoid any potential hazards.

2. Assess Mandrel Support Tiles and Bearing Seats

Prior to starting, conduct a thorough inspection of the decoiler’s expansion and contraction mandrel support tiles. Check for any signs of surface wear or damage. Additionally, examine the fastening of related bolts and sliding shafts to ensure they are properly secured. If any damage is detected in the bearing seats, tighten or replace them promptly to maintain optimal performance.

3. Regularly Inspect Electrical Components

Open the electrical control box and carefully inspect the tightness of all contact points. Loose connections can lead to electrical damage or sudden malfunctions during operation. By addressing any loose connections, you safeguard the functionality of the decoiler and prevent potential disruptions in production.

4. Proper Lubrication for Main Spindle Bearings

At regular intervals, approximately every month or after 260 hours of operation, apply grease to the main spindle bearings of the decoiler. Proper lubrication ensures smooth operation and reduces wear and tear on the bearings. This simple yet effective step significantly contributes to the longevity of the equipment.

5. Gearbox Oil Replacement

Every six months or after 1500 hours of operation, it is essential to open the rear housing of the decoiler and replace the gearbox oil. Fill the gearbox oil to half the distance between the wheel axis and the rod. Adequate lubrication of the gearbox ensures efficient performance and prevents unnecessary strain on the equipment.

By following these maintenance tips, you can ensure that your decoiler operates at its best, providing stable and efficient production while extending its service life. Regular care and attention to these key areas will allow you to harness the full potential of our high-quality decoilers and maintain their superior performance for years to come. Invest in the upkeep of your decoilers today to secure a reliable and productive future for your stamping processing production.