Choosing the Right Coil Feeder For Your Application
Coil stripper, or straightener, is a mechanical device that heats up and shrinks an internal rotating coil by forcing its path through a die. The coil is located inside the die, with its end facing outside. This application includes a variety of feeders. The coil straightener is also called a feed roller.
The AIDA L-series Straightener Feeder series covers a very large assortment of material thickness and width handling abilities. It can handle several kinds of exotic copper material types. In addition, it can handle materials having soft or tough chemical properties. In addition, it has been designed with a high level of precision.
The Aida SL-series is the industry standard for straighteners. With this feeder, it can handle both copper and stainless steel. These materials are known to be very versatile, so it is not surprising that there is a variety of different filters designed to suit different applications. There is a special feeder that is designed to work best with aluminum and stainless steel materials.
Another version of the straightener is the AIDA RF-series, which is designed for use in welding applications. The RF-series feeders are made of heavy-duty stainless steel, making them extremely strong and durable. They can work with copper, brass, tungsten, and other kinds of alloys. In addition, they have a very long life span, which means that these feeders are able to provide the needed service for a lifetime.
The Aida ML-series feeder is another application that makes use of a coil straightener. This application works best for metals that are soft to touch such as copper or brass because these metals are not that hard to bend into coils. In addition to this, when you install a coil feeder, it is essential that you leave at least four inches of clearance space on either end of the coil. This will allow the material to feed smoothly and evenly into the other end of the feeder.
The Aida AC-series is a type of straightener that utilizes copper strips as its heating element. The copper strip is heated by electrical energy that is supplied by the electrical power source itself. This type of straightener may not be the best choice if you need an AC-rated coil feeder because the copper strip does not make very good conductors of heat.
Last but not the least is the Aion Straightener II. It is important to note that this application works best with materials that are slightly harder to work with such as stainless steel. This type of feeder also produces fewer sparks and produces a cleaner discharge than the Aida ML-series. When choosing a coil feeder, make sure that it is the right size for your application. If you’re looking for a stainless steel coil feeder, the Aion Straightener II will do the job effectively.
These are just a few of the types of straightener feeder that you can use in order to get the best results when you are dealing with copper or stainless steel coils. Keep in mind that you need to make sure that you install the straightener feeder in the proper manner to avoid damaging the materials that you are using in the application. In addition, you need to install the feeder in such a way that it will be easy for you to remove the coil and clean off the bottom. By doing these few things, you will be able to get the best feed from your coil.