Fine-Tuning Feeding Mechanism for Light Duty Decoilers

Adjusting the Support Frame Diameter

To ensure seamless operation, it’s crucial to fine-tune the outer diameter of the material support frame of your light duty decoiler. Aim to set it 20-30mm smaller than the inner diameter of the coil you’re loading. For instance, if you’re working with CR-100 material, which typically boasts an inner diameter of 130mm, or CR-200 material, which commonly has an inner diameter of 200mm, this adjustment is essential for optimal performance.

Positioning the “A-Type Iron”

Determining the precise position of the inner “A-type iron” is paramount for efficient feeding. Utilize the formula A = (B-C) / 2 to calculate the ideal position. Following this calculation, proceed to install four “A-type irons” onto the material support frame accordingly. Ensure each is securely fastened with bolts for stability and safety during operation.

Coil Placement and Tightening

With the coil positioned on the support frame, bring it close to the inner “A-type iron.” Utilize manual cranking to tighten the material support frame, then release the hoist rope to lower the material. Next, install the remaining four “A-type irons” and secure them firmly against the coil by tightening the bolts. This marks the completion of the loading process.

Refining Material Collection with Light Duty Decoilers

Adjusting Support Frame Diameter for Material Collection

To facilitate smooth material collection, it’s necessary to adjust the inner diameter of the material support frame. Use the midpoint between two “A-type irons” on the same frame as a reference, ensuring a distance of approximately 5-10mm greater than the width of the material to be collected.

Initiating Material Collection

Hook the material to be collected onto any of the material support frames, then press the “forward” button to rotate the material coil 5-6 turns. Once the material is securely collected on the coil, proceed with the automatic material collection process.

Finalizing Material Collection

Upon reaching the desired outer diameter, typically not exceeding 800mm and considering weight limitations, halt the production line. Secure the material with straps, remove the outer four “A-type irons,” and extract the coil. With these steps, material collection is successfully completed, ensuring efficient operation of your light duty decoiler system.

Light Duty Decoiler
Light Duty Decoiler