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More of that, in case of wires coiled in coils, the diameter of the coil of wire is increasing during the coiling and the rotation speed of coiler must to be controlled in accord to the speed of feeding device, speed which is not constant but it depends to the plasticity of material.
It needed a coiler designed with a rotating pulley and bearing that would allow the equipment to operate at the highest possible speeds.
As UMTS data capacity issues have challenged operators since its inception, Coiler developed the SH-2200 with a superior set of features engineered to solve in-building coverage while protecting operators' networks.
com), will show its ATC dual-spindle coiler for winding small, flexible extrusions.
At the end of the second fiscal quarter, the Company completed installation of the world's widest coiler, which allows the Company to produce coiled plate up to 126-inches in width and 1-inch in thickness.
It is also known for the introduction of the world's first handheld motorized cable coiler, which will coil up to 50 feet of medium duty cable in less than five seconds.
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The project is expected to include installation of a new reheat furnace, a 4-high rolling mill with coiling furnaces capable of producing plate up to 136" wide, a vertical edging mill, a down coiler, on-line accelerated cooling, hot leveling and plate shearing equipment.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Dc Motor, Rating 650 Kw, 500 V Dc For Coiler 4 And 5 Mandrel
Completion of the first phase of the wide plate coiler project, which allows the Company to direct roll coiled plate up to 96-inches in width and to uncoil and shear plate up to 120-inches wide, is expected to be completed during the early stages of the caster implementation.
The benefit of increased price realization was partially offset by increased costs resulting from production disruptions associated primarily with the continuous caster and wide plate coiler projects and a blast furnace equipment failure, as well as by other increased operating costs.
In March 1993, the company indicated that when funds were available, based on market conditions and other factors, it would proceed with construction of a wide plate coiler and related processing facilities as well as various improvements to its rolling mill finishing stands.