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When you are considering a trim removal system, keep in mind, your supplier should have the capability to test samples of your edge trim. This testing assists in determining system feasibility and best system sizing for your application.
As a supplier of pneumatic edge trim removal systems, we deal with an extremely wide variety of webs and edge trims. Film, foil, foam, paper and board, woven and non-woven, adhesives, coatings, abrasives all behave differently in the air stream of a pneumatic waste removal system. We handle trim widths as narrow as .03" up to over 8". We may handle one, two or multiple trims. Matrix with exposed adhesive in widths over 25" wide can be efficiently handled with pneumatic waste removal systems.
When sending samples to any potential supplier of your trim removal equipment, make sure those samples represent the range of application. From your lightest to heaviest trim. Most important is to supply samples of the heaviest, thickest, stiffest edge trim you want handled with the pneumatic waste removal system.
Written By: Jeffrey Damour, Sales Engineer, Converter Accessory Corporation, Wind Gap, PA
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PO Box 188
Wind Gap PA 18091-0188
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What is Web Handling?
Web Handling is the science, engineering and equipment necessary to successfully transport a continuous flexible material through various processes without defect. Enhancing Web Handling with proper equipment will ensure materials are processed at their maximum efficiency, allowing the process to generate maximum profits.
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