Industrial friction feeders

Feeder KFF-7

Dimensions: 1420*400*725 mm

Object dimensions: Length: 60-320mm Width: 80-350mm Thickness: 0,02-5mm

Construction material: Stainless steel

Type of separation: Friction

Voltage: 220V

Speed regulation: Electronic

Power: 120W

Speed: 15-50m/min

Applications: packaging bags, plastic bags, cases, cardboard boxes, envelopes, blister packs, etc.

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Feeder KF-Series

Friction feed system with servo motor, PLC and touch screen, with user-friendly interface for easy execution and handling.

With a servo motor capable of reaching 50 m/min, you can choose between piece-by-piece dispensing, group dispensing or continuous dispensing.

It can be easily parameterised according to different needs, and it also has a wide range of alarms to make it an unattended workstation.

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Friction systems are used to automatically separate stacks of packaging bags, plastic bags, cases, cartons, cards, etc. and transport them continuously piece by piece to the conveyor belt to facilitate the coding printing system.

This makes it possible, for example, to print the production date, batch number, anti-counterfeiting mark, pattern, etc. and thus reduce the trivialities of manual pagination, take full advantage of the benefits of high-speed TIJ inkjet printing and improve printing efficiency.

Its efficiency is contrasted by its parameterisation – product changes can be adjusted easily and in record time.

One of the most important elements for efficient and automated production are industrial conveyor belts.

What is a friction feeder

An industrial friction feeder is a machine for feeding and separating sheets or printed materials in a production line.

These machines are commonly used in the printing and packaging industry, and are especially useful for separating printed materials in large quantities.

How an industrial feeder works

The feed system of a friction feeder printer uses a friction roller to separate and feed the sheets one by one. This friction roller rotates at a constant speed and creates a frictional force that allows the sheets to be separated and fed into the printing machine.

In addition to sheet feeding, these machines can also include a number of additional features, such as quality control systems and error detection sensors. These features help to ensure that sheets are fed accurately and consistently, and that high quality prints are produced.

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