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Recoilers

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Coil Recoiler Specifications

  • Machine Weight - 3 ton
  • Machine Footprint - 14ft x 6ft x 6ft
  • Main power - 7Hp
  • Max loading capacity - 10,000lb
  • Production Capacity: 70/80 Ft¬†
  • Material width: max 48"
  • Control system - PLC - 240v 3ph 60Hz
  • Speed control: infrared sensor
  • Working speed: Work with roll forming machine

Coil Recoiler Description

Coil recoilers, also known as coil rewinders or coil winders, are machines or devices used to wind or rewind various types of materials onto spools, reels, or coils. They are commonly used in industrial settings for tasks such as spooling wire, cable, tubing, hoses, or other flexible materials. Coil recoilers serve several important functions, including:

  1. Material Handling: Coil recoilers are used to handle and manage long lengths of materials, such as metal wire, plastic tubing, or paper, by winding them onto a spool or coil for storage, transportation, or further processing.
  2. Tension Control: These machines often have tension control mechanisms to ensure that the material is wound evenly and with consistent tension, preventing issues like overstretching or slack during winding.
  3. Material Preservation: Coil recoilers help protect materials from damage, tangling, or contamination by neatly winding them onto spools or coils, making them easier to store and handle.
  4. Productivity: They improve productivity by automating the winding process, reducing the need for manual labor and minimizing the risk of errors.

Coil recoilers can vary in size and complexity, from small, manually operated devices for low-volume applications to large, automated machines for high-volume production. The specific features and capabilities of a coil recoiler depend on the material being wound, the required tension control, and the desired winding pattern.

In industrial settings, coil recoilers are commonly used in manufacturing processes involving materials like steel wire, plastic film, paper, textiles, and more. They play a crucial role in ensuring that these materials are efficiently wound and ready for further processing or distribution.

All roll forming machinery is fully assembled at our factory in Orlando Florida. Our Roll Forming Machines come with a 1 year warranty for parts and labor. All machines will be made to customer personal requirements and profile.

Please note: Roll Forming Machines LLC does not provide in-house financing, but the leasing companies listed here can assist with financing our equipment. Roll Forming Machines LLC is not affiliated with any of these companies.

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Roll Forming Machines LLC
10895 Rocket Blvd, Suite 120, Orlando, FL 32824, USA

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(+1) (407) 859 1119

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