H-Aggregate - unique technology for special forms

Horizontal strapping machines are mainly used in the building materials industry. Pamminger has adapted the nessecary requirements to a robust, yet flexible machine design in such a way that applications for barrel strapping or securing front discs in the plastic film industry can be reliably assumed.

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Horizontal strap guidance frame with strap supporting arm
lifting carriage, height-adjustable on both columns
lift carriage drive with gear brake motor
Mounting frame for the strapping aggregate with linear guide
Aggregate traversing unit, stroke 500 mm or alternatively 700 mm (optional)
Belt tension adjustment
Horizontal strap guidance frame with strap supporting arm
Operation and control of the entire system via touch panel of the switchboard (colour display)

A strap holding device opposite the aggregate ensures that the strap is precisely attached to the load even when there is a large distance between the strap guide and the load.

The strapping aggregate is floatingly mounted (from width 1300mm) for an optimal strapping band tension distribution. In that case this distributes the band tension evenly at the edges of the package.

Prepared for exchange system. Easy handling via quick coupling possible. The T-Aggregate
can process strapping bands with a width of 9 to 16 mm and thickness of 0,5 to 1 mm in PET and
PP quality. The strip insert and retracting movement happens at a speed of 4,6 m/sec.
The clamping speed is 0,12 m/sec. Then the seal is closed by vibration welding with a maximum welding time of 2,5 seconds. Installed power 1 kW at a supply voltage of 400 V, 3 Phasen. Protection class IP 54, weight 71 kg noise measurement DIN 45635 < 85 dB(A). Technical changes reserved.
Based on program preselection the strap tensions can be set differently and are therefore 100% reproducible!

As PLC a Siemens S7-1200 is used, which is housed in a Rittal switch cabinet.. The operation takes places via a Siemens 5,7 inch touch panel KTP 600. The motor is controlled by a SEW frequency inverter.
The system can be operated in manual and automatic mode.
All movements can be controlled in manual mode.

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