NW-420 fine opener Type RK
The RK fine opener uses horizontal infeed conveyor followed by 2 feed rollers controlled by a frequency drive. It has 3 to 5 opening cylinders and single main drum, all covered with rigid wires. Positioning of opening cylinders is done in a way that they self-clean. There is no need for stripper/cleaner rollers.
NW-420 fine opener Type RKP
The RKP fine opener uses horizontal infeed conveyor followed by 2 feed rollers controlled by a frequency drive. It has stationary working/opening element and single main drum, all covered with rigid wires.
In case of both versions, a transport fan is used to exit the fiber from the opener and deliver it to the next step in the processing.
Working width: 1200 mm/1500 mm
Production: up to 500 kg/h
Suitable for fiber length 8mm to 90mm
Contact type metal detection
Main drum current control to avoid clogging up
Infeed conveyor belt length: 1000mm
Main drum diameter: 600mm
ACG KINNA AUTOMATIC AB
ACG Kinna Automatic is one of the world’s most experienced manufacturer of innovative automation solutions, specialized in machines for filled pillows, quilts and mattress protectors
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