The effect of the thickness of the strapping on the Waste Metal Pressing Baler

- Aug 18, 2020-

Packing belts are often used as raw materials for a series of construction materials, such as light steel keels, galvanized pipes, fireproof rolling shutter doors, and civil materials. It has the characteristics of anti-corrosion, strong tensile performance and fire resistance. Its application range is relatively wide, such as the packaging and packaging of steel series, steel plates, steel strands, welded pipes, wooden boxes, color coated plates, strip steel, aluminum ingots, magnesium ingots, zinc ingots, etc. Does the thickness of the strapping affect the strapping machine?

Packing straps that are too thin will slip and cannot be delivered. The strapping machine feeds the strapping belt by using the strapping motor to drive the strapping pulley to use the principle of friction to feed the strapping belt into the belt channel, but if the strapping belt is too thin, the gap between the tightening wheel and the strapping belt is too large, it will There is slippage and the tape cannot be fed normally. The phenomenon of slippage is more obvious in the semi-automatic baler, and the phenomenon of not being delivered is more obvious in the automatic baler.

If the packing belt is too thick, it will be stuck, and it cannot be sent to the packing machine. The principle of the sending and returning belt wheel is adjusted according to the thickness of the packing belt. If the packing machine has a small adjustment range for the packing belt, it cannot adapt to the thicker packing. The belt will produce a thicker packing belt and cannot carry out the packing work. Therefore, the thickness of the packing belt has a great influence on the packing machine.