Fully automatic process to make fiber ball from opened fibers.
NW-601 roll d consists of 2 rotors for increased output. The fiber enters rotor 1, from
NW-540 silo with frequency-controlled ventilator for optimal capacity and quality control.
From rotor 1, the fiber exits to NW-540 silo, from which fiber is fed into rotor 2,
by frequency-controlled ventilator. Finally, fiber exits rotor 2 via output ventilator.
After output ventilator there need to be a silo large enough to allow NW-601 roll d to operate long continuous cycles.
Inside the machine there is a conical rotating assembly with several friction plates, which turn open-fiber into ball-fiber. The speed and load of rotor is precisely controlled by PLC as well as fiber amount and flow parameters, inside the fiber transport pipe system.
Production: up to 350 kg/h
Length: 3800 mm
Width: 3500 mm
Height: 4500 mm (with NW-540 silo)
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
ACG Kinna Automatic AB
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