Used in printing and packaging applications, the Butler Automatic 1000 Series automatic film splicer run at speeds up to 1,400 ft./min. and can handle non-woven substrates up to 64-in. wide without interrupting production.
Designed for fresh and salt water processing, Hyde IBS stainless steel seafood processing blades have a honed edge and smooth Ra microfinish coating to reduce friction and the adhesion of fish and waste products during cuts.
Performing non-stop film changes in food and beverage packaging operations, the Butler SP1 Series automatic film splicer senses the diameter of an expiring roll of film and automatically splices the end onto a new roll; it runs at speeds up to 600 ft./min.
Accepting infeed products up to 6 1/2 in. in any dimension, the Urschel Sprint 2 dicer has a stainless steel sanitary design throughout the food zone, which is completely isolated from the mechanical zone.
Extending the wear resistance of stainless steel (SS) components used in food manufacturing equipment operating on production lines lengthens replacement intervals and minimizes potential component failure, resulting in decreased downtime and improved cost savings—a long, sought-after goal of any maintenance department.