|What Manufacturing of machinery for winding scrap wire ?|
Scrap wire winding machine is used in factories and scrap dealers for coiling wires, which are formed in various ways. Scrap wires are fed to a holder existing on top of the machine and then, they are wound around a turning grooved spindle driven by an electrical engine. Finally, the wound wire becomes a coil as a result of pressure applied by expansion of the pneumatic bellows.
Why are these machines used?
Scrap wire can be easily stacked after it is coiled.
The produced scrap wires may cause occupational accidents in factories. Such accidents may be prevented by collecting these wires within certain areas.
The produced scrap wires may more easily be converted into money and this process may be made systematic.
Features of these machines
The wire embracing the machine is connected to a switch. Thus, power, which is supplied to the machine, is cut off automatically in any dangerous case by pulling the wire.
Power, which is supplied to the machine, is cut off automatically when the cover is opened through the electrical switch equipped on the cover of the machine.
Power, which is supplied to the machine, is cut off automatically when the scrap wire coil achieved the desired diameter through the switch mounted on the chassis.
Compressed air should always be available in the pneumatic bellows (maximum=1.5 bar).
The scrap wire coil turns on the flanges existing in the front and back sides of the coil and thus, your machine does not wear out while scrap wire is wound around the spindle.
You will only run the engine reversely by employing the key existing on the switchboard panel for removing the coil when it achieves the desired diameter.