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From: tdirusso
Date: 04-06-2005, 11:57 AM (1 of 1)
Sentry multi-purpose fabric inspecting machine

The Sentry has a variable speed drive (0-60 ypm/54 mph) and rerolls the fabric on a surface wind double roll batcher which accepts any diameter paper tube. Because of this, no take-up bar is needed, and problems with broken & different sized tubes are eliminated.
Since the Sentry does almost everything, it can handle almost everything, taking all sorts of fabrics, like knitted, woven, and non-woven up to 70" wide

Phototrol Mark 4 edge guidance system
Variable speed driven let-off cradle with let-off bar assembly for 22 (55 CMS.) max. diam. or 250 lbs. (113 kilos) max. weigh rolls
Inspection surface with inboard light
Trumeter length measuring counter in either yards and 1/10s or meters and 1/10s
Double roll surface wind batcher with adjustable core guides
Foot and reversing switches
Variable speed main drive, 0-60 ypm. (54 mpm. wired for 115/1/60, 15 amp service

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User: tdirusso
Member since: 04-06-2005
Total posts: 1
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