Kalibro – Automatic Cage Control

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Ideal in case of:

– frequent lay-flat size changes (on-the-fly);
– low line speed;
– personnel with limited experience.

  • Simple to use: just set the lay-flat set point andtolerance targets.
  • Save time and reduce waste during start-up and size changes.
  • Lower tolerances and much better control than with manual adjustments.
  • Constant lay-flat stability, all through the production process.
  • Supplies process information needed to validate the production lot as required by quality assurance.
MORE INFORMATION
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Suitable for blown film lines:

already provided with IBC;
with stationary or rotating die;
also for gusseted film.

 

MEASURING SYSTEM AND ACCURACY

  • Ultrasonic sensors for stable and repeatable measurement
  • Measurement resolution 0.1 mm
  • Control accuracy +/-2 mm (for lay-flat up to 1800 mm)
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CONTROL PANEL

  • Display resolution 1 mm
  • Control panel with operator HMI
  • Process alarms and diagnostics in plain text
  • Statical reporting for product quality assurance
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HIGH SPEED IRIS VALVE

  • High speed iris valve for controlling the cooling air flow
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  • Installation is quick and easy, no electrical terminations required
  • The bubble measurement soon after the frost line allows to achieve quickly the proper bubble size

  • Manual and automatic control mode
  • Ultrasonic sensors measures actual cage height positioning, bubble diameter and the distance between bubble and cage (gap)
  • The actual width and gap values are continuously compared with the target value
  • The actual cage height is compared with the ideal height related to the BUR to perform
  • The system regulates the opening of the calibration cage to reach and keep alignment between the actual measured value and the target width, furthermore regulates the bubble size by inflating or deflating to maintain the gap

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