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Anatomy of a Bale Ply Reel Winder

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Have you heard of Bale Ply Reel Winder Machine?

Most likely a YES! if you are in the tyre industry.

For the benefit of other starters, this is an allied equipment. Used as a conveying and winding system in tire industry, a Bale Ply Reel Winder consists of two stations for winding up fabric lined rubber sheets.

The winding system receives fabric sandwiched Rubber Ply from your calendar and is wound in a reel at a wind-up speed of 16-32 rpm. The conveying speed is around 40 meters/minute.

Structurally, this machinery consists of four key components.

  1. Wind-Up Conveyor
  2. Ball Screw Assembly
  3. Frame Slide Assembly
  4. Reel Lift Assembly

Below is the equipment information image card on the Anatomy of a Bale Ply Reel Winder (for your quick preview) with inputs from L&T Rubber Processing Machinery.

Bale Reel Winder Image Card

For additional details, I urge you to also check out L&T’s newsletter which is fairly informative on operational aspects and technical specifications along with pictures of this machinery.

Do you want one for your Plant today? Or do you find a compatible use of Bale Ply Reel Winder (with customization) elsewhere for conveying and winding requirements in your operation.

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Author: Prasanth Warrier

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